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  • Hyde Park, New York, U.S.
    Monday Jan 30, 1882

    Franklin D. Roosevelt

    Birth

    Hyde Park, New York, U.S.
    Monday Jan 30, 1882

    Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born on January 30, 1882, in the Hudson Valley town of Hyde Park, New York, to businessman James Roosevelt Sr. and his second wife, Sara Ann Delano.




  • Germany
    Monday Jan 30, 1933

    Adolf Hitler

    New Cabinet

    Germany
    Monday Jan 30, 1933

    On 30 January 1933, the new cabinet was sworn in during a brief ceremony in Hindenburg's office. The NSDAP gained three posts: Hitler was named chancellor, Wilhelm Frick Minister of the Interior, and Hermann Göring Minister of the Interior for Prussia.




  • Germany
    Monday Jan 30, 1933

    World War II

    Hitler became the Chancellor

    Germany
    Monday Jan 30, 1933

    Adolf Hitler, after an unsuccessful attempt to overthrow German government in 1923, he became the Chancellor in 30 January 1933.




  • Paris, France
    Tuesday Jan 30, 1934

    Salvador Dali

    Marriage

    Paris, France
    Tuesday Jan 30, 1934

    Dalí and Gala, having lived together since 1929, were civilly married on 30 January 1934 in Paris. They later remarried in a Church ceremony on 8 August 1958 at Sant Martí Vell.




  • Dayton, Ohio, U.S.
    Friday Jan 30, 1948

    The Wright brothers

    Orville's Death

    Dayton, Ohio, U.S.
    Friday Jan 30, 1948

    Orville died on January 30, 1948.




  • South Vietnam
    Tuesday Jan 30, 1968

    Vietnam War

    The Tet Offensive

    South Vietnam
    Tuesday Jan 30, 1968

    The Tet Offensive began on 30 January 1968, as over 100 cities were attacked by over 85,000 enemy troops, including assaults on key military installations, headquarters, and government buildings and offices, including the U.S. Embassy in Saigon.




  • Vitez, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Saturday Jan 30, 1993

    Bosnian War

    A Ceasefire in the area of central Bosnia

    Vitez, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Saturday Jan 30, 1993

    On 30 January, ARBiH and HVO leaders met in Vitez, together with representatives from UNPROFOR and other foreign observers, and signed a ceasefire in the area of central Bosnia, which came into effect on the following day.


  • Kosovo
    Saturday Jan 30, 1999

    Kosovo War

    Status Quo Plus

    Kosovo
    Saturday Jan 30, 1999

    Also on 30 January 1999 the Contact Group issued a set of "non-negotiable principles" which made up a package known as "Status Quo Plus"—effectively the restoration of Kosovo's pre-1990 autonomy within Serbia, plus the introduction of democracy and supervision by international organisations.


  • Kosovo
    Saturday Jan 30, 1999

    Kosovo War

    the NATO Secretary General may authorize air strikes against targets on FRY territory

    Kosovo
    Saturday Jan 30, 1999

    On 30 January 1999 NATO issued a statement announcing that the North Atlantic Council had agreed that "the NATO Secretary General may authorize air strikes against targets on FRY territory" to "[compel] compliance with the demands of the international community and [to achieve] a political settlement".


  • Hague, Netherlands
    Wednesday Jan 30, 2002

    Slobodan Milošević

    Milošević accused the war crimes tribunal of an "Evil and Hostile Attack"

    Hague, Netherlands
    Wednesday Jan 30, 2002

    Following Milošević's transfer, the original charges of war crimes in Kosovo were upgraded by adding charges of genocide in Bosnia and war crimes in Croatia. On 30 January 2002, Milošević accused the war crimes tribunal of an "evil and hostile attack" against him.


  • Green Bay, Wisconsin, U.S.
    Thursday Jan 30, 2003

    Dwayne Johnson

    The Rock Returned

    Green Bay, Wisconsin, U.S.
    Thursday Jan 30, 2003

    The Rock returned on the January 30, 2003 episode of SmackDown! to set up another match with Hulk Hogan at No Way Out.


  • Pakistan
    Monday Jan 30, 2006

    Ayman al-Zawahiri

    Al-Zawahiri's video about The Airstrike

    Pakistan
    Monday Jan 30, 2006

    Anti-American protests broke out around the country and the Pakistani government condemned the U.S. attack and the loss of innocent life. On January 30, a new video was released showing al-Zawahiri unhurt. The video discussed the airstrike, but did not reveal if al-Zawahiri was present in the village at that time.


  • Melbourne, Australia
    Friday Jan 30, 2009

    Rafael Nadal

    2nd Longest match in Australia open

    Melbourne, Australia
    Friday Jan 30, 2009

    At the 2009 Australian Open, Nadal won his first five matches without dropping a set, before defeating compatriot Fernando Verdasco in the semifinals in the second longest match in Australian Open history at 5 hours and 14 minutes.


  • Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
    Sunday Jan 30, 2011

    Kobe Bryant

    Youngest to score 27,000 points

    Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
    Sunday Jan 30, 2011

    On January 30 against the Celtics, he became the youngest player to score 27,000 points.


  • Italy
    Monday Jan 30, 2012

    Ciro Immobile

    Genoa transfer

    Italy
    Monday Jan 30, 2012

    By the end of the 2011–12 Serie B andata (first half of the season), Immobile had already scored 14 league goals. On 30 January 2012, Genoa confirmed that they had paid €4 million for half of the player's rights from Juventus, following his mercurial form in Serie B. He completed his season with Pescara in the Italian second division, as the club won the league title and sealed promotion to the Serie A. He also went on to become the Serie B season's top scorer with a total of 28 goals, seven more than the second-highest scorer, Juve Stabia's Marco Sau.


  • Kyoto, Japan
    Monday Jan 30, 2017

    Nintendo

    Wii U production

    Kyoto, Japan
    Monday Jan 30, 2017

    On 31 January 2017, Nintendo stopped producing new Wii U consoles


  • U.S.
    Monday Jan 30, 2017

    Donald Trump

    Executive Order 13771

    U.S.
    Monday Jan 30, 2017

    On January 30, 2017, Trump signed Executive Order 13771, which directed administrative agencies to repeal two existing regulations for every new regulation they issue.


  • Washington D.C., U.S.
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020

    Donald Trump

    Written questions from senators

    Washington D.C., U.S.
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020

    January 29 and 30 were devoted to written questions from senators.


  • Geneva, Switzerland
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020

    Covid-19 Pandemic: 2020 Coronavirus outbreak

    Novel Coronavirus

    Geneva, Switzerland
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020

    Citing 7736 cases essentially in China and 82 cases abroad across 18 countries as of 30 January, the World Health Organization declared the novel coronavirus outbreak to be a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on 30 January.


  • Geneva, Switzerland
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020

    Covid-19 Pandemic: 2020 Coronavirus outbreak

    Public Health Emergency of International Concern

    Geneva, Switzerland
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020

    On 30 January 2020, following confirmation of human-to-human transmission outside of China and the increase in number of cases in other countries, the WHO declared the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC), the sixth PHEIC since the measure was first invoked during the 2009 Swine flu pandemic. Tedros clarified that the PHEIC, in this case, was "not a vote of no confidence in China", but because of the risk of global spread, especially to low- and middle-income countries without robust health systems.


  • Geneva, Switzerland
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020

    Covid-19 Pandemic: 2020 Coronavirus outbreak

    No active centers outside China

    Geneva, Switzerland
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020

    While the spread between people has been confirmed, no active centres of propagation have been confirmed outside China as of 30 January.


  • Civitavecchia, Roma, Italy
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020

    Covid-19 Pandemic: 2020 Coronavirus outbreak

    The Costa Smeralda

    Civitavecchia, Roma, Italy
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020

    Outside Mainland China, some cruise ships were quarantined after passengers developed symptoms or tested positive for 2019-nCoV. The Costa Smeralda was quarantined on 30 January off Civitavecchia in Italy, after passengers developed flu-like symptoms – the quarantine was lifted when tests for the virus came back negative. Two further ships were quarantined on 5 February: Diamond Princess in the Port of Yokohama, Japan and World Dream, which returned to Hong Kong after being refused entry to Kaohsiung, Taiwan. In both cases, passengers and crew tested positive and the ships remained quarantined as of 6 February.


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