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 Janeiro 2024 infographic
A infografia mostra uma seleção de acontecimentos noticiosos de Janeiro 2024.


Agenda Mundial Janeiro 2024

By Jordi Bou

January 1, 2024 - January 31, 2024 - Os acontecimentos de janeiro incluem o início da corrida à nomeação presidencial Republicana, eleições em Taiwan, Bangladesh e Finlândia, o alargamentoi do grupo BRICS e a viagem inaugural do maior navio de cruzeiros do mundo.

Jan 1, China: Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Saudi Arabia and the UAE join the BRICS group of emerging economies, but Argentina declined the invitation after the election of President Javier Milei.

Jan 1, U.S.: The earliest version of Mickey Mouse, seen in Steamboat Willie in 1928, enters the public domain, but Disney retains the rights to all later versions.

Jan 7, Bangladesh: The ruling Awami League is set to clinch a fourth consecutive election victory, extending the rule of the country’s longest serving prime minister, Sheikh Hasina.

Jan 13, Taiwan: More than 23 million voters go to the polls. A win for Lai Ching-te’s ruling, independence-leaning DPP would further obstruct China’s goal of bringing Taiwan under Beijing’s control.

Jan 15, U.S.: The Republican presidential nomination contest begins. Despite his many legal challenges former President Donald Trump is favoured to win the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary
a week later.

Jan 22, India: Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurates the long-awaited Ram temple in Ayodhya – on the site of the Babri mosque that was razed in 1992, triggering riots that claimed 2,000 lives.

Jan 27, U.S.: The world’s largest cruise ship, the Icon of the Seas, makes its maiden voyage, sailing from Miami to the Caribbean.

Jan 28, Finland: Voters choose a new president as relations with Moscow hit a new low following Helsinki’s decision to grant the U.S. military unrestricted access to bases close to the Finnish-Russian border.

PUBLISHED: 23/12/2023; Getty Images, Las Vegas Review-Journal, NASA, Sotheby’s; STORY: Graphic News; PICTURES: Getty Images, Newscom, Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, Royal Caribbean