The flag of Aruba emoji is made up of a two thin horizontal yellow lines positioned towards the bottom of a light blue background, and a four-pointed red star with white border in the upper right corner. The flag was adopted in 1976.
Codepoints: 1F1E6 1F1FC
Introduced: September, 2010 in Unicode version 6.0.0 (Emoji version 2.0)
The flag of Grenada emoji features a red border with six stars. The center is divided into four alternating symmetrical triangles of green and yellow. Another star sits in the center, and nutmeg rests on the left side.
The St. Pierre & Miquelon flag emoji displays a light blue background with 3 smaller squares vertically aligned on the left. On the right side is a yellow ship on waves. The top square on the left has red triangles and green stripes diagonally, the middle square shows a white background and black design, and the bottom square shows a red background with 2 yellow lions.
The flag of Comoros displays 4 stripes with yellow at the top, then white, red, and lastly blue. On the left side of the flag is a green triangle connecting all 4 stripes with a half moon and 4 stars vertically centered on the half moon.
The flag of Belarus emoji depicts a narrow column on the left with a red/white ornamental pattern, a large section of red on the upper right side, and a horizontal stripe of green in the lower right area.
Uzbekistan's flag emoji is made up of three horizontal stripes of turquoise, white and green. Thin red stripes border the thick white stripe. In the top left corner of the turquoise stripe, there is a white crescent moon with twelve stars.
The Malaysia flag displays red and white alternating stripes starting with a red stripe on the top and a white stripe on the bottom. On the top left side sits a dark blue rectangle with a gold crescent moon and star in the middle. The crescent moon is on the left and the star it on the right.