January 20, 2022

The year 2011 AD was a year in the Gregorian calendar, and it began on Saturday.


Siege of Daraa between 25 April and 5 May. May 6: The siege of Homs begins, which lasted until May 21, 2017. Siege of Banias from 7 May to 14 May. The Siege of Talkalakh in May 2011 between May 14 and May 19. Siege of Rastan and Talbiseh between 28 May and 4 June. Siege of Latakia between August 13 and August 19. Siege of Dammaj between 15 October and 22 December. May 11: An earthquake measuring 5.2 on the Richter scale hits Spain, leaving 293 injured and 9 dead. April 7: An earthquake strikes Japan, leaving 296 injured and 4 dead. The end of the Iraq war on December 15, 2011 that began on March 20, 2003.


January 1 - An explosion targeted the Church of the Saints in the Sidi Bishr area in Alexandria, 20 minutes after the beginning of 2011. January 1 - Hungary's presidency of the European Union begins. January 1 - Estonia turns to the euro. January 7 - The first match of the 2011 Asian Cup starts in Qatar between Qatar and Uzbekistan. January 9 - January 15 - Referendum for the people of southern Sudan to secede from the state of Sudan January 11 - Floods and mudslides in the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro kill more than 800 people January 14 - Former President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali steps down and leaves Tunisia for Saudi Arabia. January 18 - An earthquake measuring 7.2 on the Richter scale with a depth of 84 km shakes India, Iran, Dubai and Bahrain. January 17 - A new government is formed in Tunisia headed by Prime Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi, with the participation of a number of opposition leaders. January 21 - The outbreak of the Saudi protests in the context of the massive protests that erupted in several Arab countries at the beginning of 2011. January 24 - At least 37 people are killed and 180 others injured in explosions at Domodedovo International Airport in the Russian capital, Moscow. January 25 - The Egyptian people's uprising and the Egyptian revolution in protest against the poor living conditions, political and economic conditions, as well as corruption under the rule of former President Hosni Mubarak. January 28 - The fourth day of the Egyptian revolution, which was called the Friday of Rage, which witnessed the collapse and withdrawal of the Egyptian police apparatus, the killing of more than 800 martyrs by the police, the imposition of a curfew, and the descent of the army to impose security.


February 3 - The outbreak of the Yemeni revolution calling for the fall of the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. February 11 - Vice President Omar Suleiman announced in a short statement that the President of the Republic of Egypt, Mohamed Hosni Mubarak, would step down 18 days after the outbreak of the January 25 revolution and after a 30-year rule. February 14 - A popular protest campaign erupts in Bahrain. February 17 - Libya February 17 revolution in Matat

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