Emblem of the Fédération Démocratique Internationale des Femmes (FDIF), incorporating peace dove and globe, and "women of three races," printed by phototgravure, and issued by (North) Vietnam on March 8, 1960 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of International Women's Day, Scott No. 118.
Cyprus celebrated 25 years of Peace and Development with a Peace Dove and an ear of grain. That period came to a tragic end in 1974; maybe the island will some day be unified again. Cyprus became a member state of the UN in 1960; today it still has UN Peacekeepers on duty there. See "Refugees" and "Barbed Wire" threads for stamps on that subject.
(Hi Rod, Your Transjordan stamps must be the first issued by that country after independence from the Brits in 1946. How long did it keep that name? K.)