*29 January –Boeing 737 MAX 8 – N8701Q
The events of 13 January are sometimes referred to as Bloody Sunday. Among the members of the barricade were two basketball players who would later play for the Lithuanian national team, Gintaras Einikis and Alvydas Pazdrazdis.
*A six-day ice storm that has "lashed" Mount Washington in the United States since January 8, comes to an end.
On 25 January another bomb exploded at 07:00 local time in the Ein Shams district of eastern Cairo but there were no casualties.
The night of 26 January saw a pair of simultaneous attacks at Kawuri, Borno state and a Catholic church in Chakawa village, Madagali Local Government Area, Adamawa State respectively.
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In January, according to the Arab Group for Development and National Empowerment, an Arab Human Rights association, Israel detained over 400 Palestinians, on average 13 per day, of whom 57 were minors, and 18 women. According to B'Tselem, Israeli forces since late 2014 through to January 2015 have confirmed a shift to resorting more frequently to the use of live 0.22 inch caliber bullet fire from Ruger 10/22 rifles in West Bank clashes contrary to regulations that prohibit recourse to live fire against stone-throwers.
On 20 January 2017, the al-Nusra Front (Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS)) launched several coordinated attacks against Ahrar al-Sham headquarters and positions in the northern Idlib Governorate, near the Bab al-Hawa Border Crossing. In addition, al-Nusra also attacked Ahrar al-Sham outposts in Darkush and Jisr al-Shughur. On the same day, Jund al-Aqsa raided an Ahrar al-Sham prison in Jabal Zawiya and freed 13 of their prisoners. Meanwhile, in the same area, al-Nusra attacked the Mountain Hawks Brigade of the Free Idlib Army and captured a commander and his equipment.
From Dec 30 to the 12 of January, according to OCHA, 42 Palestinians were injured in clashes with Israeli forces in the West Bank, 45% (19) being children, and 14 being hit with live ammunition. Over the same period, 5,554 olive saplings and trees were reported to have been vandalized by Israeli settlers. Israeli media reported 11 Palestinian attacks, 6 involving stone-throwing and 3 the hurling of Molotov cocktails, on settlers and other Israelis in both the West Bank and east Jerusalem. The Israeli military administration razed 27 Palestinian structures in Area C of the West Bank, while 5 more were demolished in East Jerusalem, with 2 more demolished by their Palestinian owners to avoid fines, all due to the lack of Israeli-issued building permits. From 13 to 19 January, 25 Palestinians, of whom 10 were children and 3 women, were injured in clashes across the West Bank, 40% during protests against the Separation Barrier in Bil'in, the closure of the road to Kafr Qaddum and the road connecting the villages of Surif and Jab'a in the Hebron Governorate. 3 incidents involving Palestinians stoning Israeli vehicles were recorded for the same period. Israeli forces fired 19 times in the same period in the direction of Palestinians found venturing into the Access Restricted Areas (ARA) of the Gaza Strip. From 20 to 26 January, 32 Palestinians, including eight children and two women, were injured in clashes, while Israeli authorities razed 41 Palestinian-owned structures in Area C of the West Bank, and four in East Jerusalem for lack of permits, displacing 81 Palestinians. In the same period there were 29 incidents involving Israeli naval and ground forces firing on Gazan fishing boats and Palestinians within the Strip in the Access Restricted Areas (ARA). From 27 January To 2 February, 41 Palestinians, inclusive of 7 children and 3 women were injured by Israeli forces in West Bank clashes. Three incidents of Palestinian stone-throwing occurred in East Jerusalem resulting in damage to 2 Israeli vehicles. According to the Israeli Security Agency Shin Bet, 124 incidents related to Palestinian violence, defined by the agency as 'terrorist attacks' took place over the same month: 115 took place in the West Bank, 18 in Jerusalem and 1 in Tel Aviv. Of these 102 incidents consisted of throwing Molotov cocktails and 17 of throwing improvised hand bombs. 3 incidents involved small arms gunfire, and one related to a stabbing assault.
* Police charged Gargasoulas at Prahran police station with offences committed during a police pursuit on 19 November 2016 including speeding on the wrong side of the road directly into oncoming traffic and for evading police. Police opposed bail, but Gargasoulas was granted bail by a Bail Justice for a 20 January court date.
The January 8, 2010 Super Viernes show, like the January 1 show, did not really build on any existing issues between wrestlers, but did see the first build to a CMLL World Heavyweight Championship match at a later date. The main event match, a trios match between Héctor Garza, Jon Strongman and Místico and the Los Guerreros de la Atlantida group consisting of Atlantis, Rey Bucanero and Último Guerrero, which ended with Último Guerrero causing his team to be disqualified due excessive violence, thus losing the third and deciding fall. After the match Garza challenged Último Guerrero to defend the CMLL World Heavyweight Championship against him, to which Guerrero responded that if Garza could beat him in a singles match next week he would put the title on the line.
On 23 January the government announced the death toll had risen to 185 people, 150 of whom were civilians and at least 32 police officers, including 3 members of the secret police. Local security forces announced they had found 10 unexploded car bombs and almost 300 smaller homemade bombs around the city. The Emir of Kano Ado Bayero and Governor Rabiu Kwankwaso then led a prayer for the victims of the attacks.
The main event of the January 15, 2010 Super Viernes show was a continuation of an issue between Héctor Garza and Último Guerrero that had begun during a Trios match the previous week. On January 15 the two faced off in a singles match as the main event of the show, a match that saw Garza pin Último Guerrero for the first fall, Guerrero even the score by winning the second fall. After a closely contested match Garza won the third and decisive fall and demanded a match for Último Guerrero's CMLL World Heavyweight Championship, a match Guerrero agreed to, booked for the following week.
The January 1, 2010 Super Viernes show was the first show in the 2010 "Season", CMLL returned from its Christmas break with a show on the first day of the new year. The show featured no major storyline developlements, featuring CMLL's "formula" with a tag team opening match between four low ranked wrestlers, a "lighting" (Relampago) match or one fall match and a number of Best two out of three falls Six-man tag team match, the most common match format used in CMLL.
While the main event of the January 22, 2010 Super Viernes show was a CMLL World Heavyweight Championship match between champion Último Guerrero and Héctor Garza the main focus of the show was the first block of CMLL's first ever Torneo Nacional de Parejas Increibles tournament. In the main event Último Guerrero successfully defended the CMLL World Heavyweight Championship against Héctor Garza, winning two falls to one. This was Último Guerrero's 8th successful title defense since winning it on December 22, 2008.
The second bracket of the Torneo Nacional de Parejas Increibles tournament took place on the January 29, 2010 Super Viernes show, with the tournament also taking the main event spot. The undercard saw a six-Mini-Estrellas match between Bracito de Oro, Mascarita Dorada and Último Dragoncito and Pequeño Damián 666, Pequeño Black Warrior and Pierrothito, the final fall saw Bracito de Oro force Pequeño Black Warrior to submit. Following the match Pequeño Black Warrior attacked Bracito de Oro, ripping at his mask. ALso on the undercard Ángel Azteca, Jr., Pegasso and Rey Cometa defeated Guerreros Tuareg (Arkangel de la Muerte, Loco Max and Skandalo) in two straight falls when Guerreros Tuarego threw Ángel Azteca, Jr. over the top rope for a disqualification. The main focus of the match was the feud between Ángel Azteca, Jr. and Arkangel de la Muerte, a storyline that plays off the fact that Arkangel defeated Ángel Azteca in a Lucha de Apuesta match in 2003 to unmask him.
According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 6 occasions on Ukrainian positions on 2 January; exclusively in Donetsk region, the fire was not returned. The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence on issues related to ATO confirmed at noon that two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on 2 January 2018. Pro-Russian officials in Donetsk city recorded three Ukrainian violations of the truce. The Ukrainian military used small arms, snipers, rocket launchers and 82 mm mortars to harass pro-Russian positions at Spartak and Trudovske, in the outskirts of Donetsk city, and Zaitseve, in the area of Horlivka. No ceasefire violations were reported by local sources within the self-styled Luhansk People's Republic.
According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 6 occasions on Ukrainian positions on 14 January (including on 2 occasions in Donetsk region and on 4 occasions in Luhansk region ); the fire was returned twice. The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence on issues related to ATO confirmed at noon that two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in the Donbass region on 14 January. Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city reported 13 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in eight locations. The Ukrainian military employed small arms, snipers, heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm antitank recoilless rifles, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars. In the area of Donetsk city, three settlements were targeted by small arms, heavy machine guns and 82 mm mortars. In the outskirts of Horlivka, pro-Russian forces in four different areas were struck by heavy machine guns, antitank rockets, 82 mm mortars and 120 mm mortars. In the region of Mariupol, Sakhanka was hit by automatically launched grenades, antitank rockets, 82 mm and 120 mm mortar rounds. One pro-Russian soldier was killed and three others wounded. According to local sources, the Ukrainian army broke the ceasefire once inside the self-styled Luhansk People's Republic, when the village of Raevka was shelled with 82 mm mortars.
Later in the evening, the ATO HQ reported that three Ukrainian servicemen became missing along the demarcation line. The servicemen were marines operating in the region of Mariupol. On 12 January the ATO spokesman said, that it is impossible to confirm or deny death of three Ukrainian marines who went missing on 8 January without prior identification and forensic examinations. The Ukrainian Naval Forces revealed the names of three marines killed on 13 January.
According to the information provided by the spokesman of the Ukrainian operational headquarters in the morning, pro-Russian troops had opened fire on 6 occasions on Ukrainian positions on 20 January (including on 5 occasions in Donetsk region and once in Luhansk region ); the fire was returned once. The spokesman of the Ministry of Defence on issues related to ATO confirmed at noon that one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded and four others were injured in the Donbass region on 20 January. Pro-Russian officials at Donetsk city reported 11 Ukrainian violations of the ceasefire in seven locations using small arms, automatic grenade launchers, 73 mm antitank recoilless rifles, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars, armoured personnel carriers, armoured fighting vehicles and heavy artillery. In the surroundings of Donetsk city, the Ukrainian military attacked pro-Russian positions at Zabicheve and Vesele, in the southern part of Donetsk airport, with small arms, heavy machine guns, rocket launchers, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars. In the region of Mariupol, the villages of Kulikove, Pikuzy and Uzhivka became the target of small arms, snipers, automatic grenade launchers, rocket launchers, 82 mm mortars, 120 mm mortars and 122 mm self-propelled guns. In the area of Horlivka, armoured fighting vehicles and 73 mm antitank recoilless rifles shelled Zaitseve. No Ukrainian violations of the truce were reported within the borders of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic.