HT2513 how do i delete events from my calendar for different countries anniversary days

i need to delete public holidays from Ical for different countries without having to do each one individually

It seems, as if me and my client have kind of the same issue. Any suggestions to this: I sent my client an invitation via my iCal from my iMac (using my yahoo calendar as the exchange server). My client accepted the invitation. Now I have deleted this appointment from my iCal and my yahoo calendar. But my client is not able to delete the appointment in his iPhone 4S. What can my client do?
My client already went to the next apple store. There they told him to plug in his iPhone 4S to my iMac. Then he would be able to delete the appointment. Honestly, this does not make any sense to me. Why does my client have to come to me and plug in his iPhone into my iMac to get a meeting deleted. What if my client lived in a different country?????
My client is really upset about this. Can anyone help me? Thanks in advance.

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