January 21, 2022

2011 was a free year.



January 1 - Estonia adopts the euro as its national currency. January 9 - A referendum on independence from Sudan begins in South Sudan six years after the end of Sudan's civil war. January 14 - Tunisian President Zin al-Abidine ibn Ali is ousted after mass protests. January 24 - At least 35 people are killed and more than 100 injured in a suicide bombing at Moscow's Domodedovo airport. January 25 - The first wave of the Egyptian revolution begins, which eventually led to the removal of Hosni Mubarak after almost 30 years in power. January 25 - The Assembly of the Council of Europe adopts a Resolution on inhumane treatment of people and illegal trafficking in human organs in Kosovo and Metohija, proposed by Special Rapporteur Dick Marty. 169 deputies voted in favor. January 30 - Novak Djokovic wins the Australian Open with a 3-0 victory over Andy Maria.


February 11 - Under pressure from protesters, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigns after more than 29 years in power. February 22 - Behdjet Pacolli is elected President of the Republic of Kosovo. February 27 - A United Nations Security Council adopts a resolution imposing sanctions on Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi, his family and close associates of his regime. In Benghazi, in the east of Libya, a transitional government was formed, headed by the former Minister of Justice of Libya, Mustafa Abdel Jalil.


March 3 - Former General of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina Jovan Divjak is arrested at Vienna Airport on a warrant issued by Serbia on suspicion of responsibility for war crimes in Dobrovoljacka Street in Sarajevo in 1992. March 8 - Negotiations between Belgrade and Pristina begin in Brussels, with the mediation of the European Union, which are foreseen by the UN General Assembly resolution from September 2010. March 11 - A magnitude 9.0 earthquake shakes northern Japan and causes a tsunami. March 12 - A reactor at the Fukushima 1 nuclear power plant melts and explodes, releasing radioactivity into the atmosphere the day after a devastating earthquake and tsunami. March 14 - The Serbian Parliament elects a restructured Serbian government, which instead of the previous 2

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