January 25

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January 25


Bridge Walking (15th day of the first lunar month) Jan 25, 2013

Burning the Moon House (February; 15th day of the first lunar month) Jan 25, 2013

Butter Sculpture Festival (15th day of first lunar month) Jan 25, 2013

Dinagyang (Last weekend in January) Jan 25, 2014; Jan 25, 2020

Harbin Ice and Snow Festival (January 5-February 4)

Mount Cameroon Race (Last Sunday in January) Jan 25, 2015

Mozart Week (Last week in January)

NASA Day of Remembrance (Last Thursday of January) Jan 25, 2018

National Cowboy Poetry Gathering (Last week in January)

St. Paul Winter Carnival (Last week of January to first week of February)

Up-Helly-Aa (Last Tuesday in January) Jan 25, 2011; Jan 25, 2022

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GENEVA, Jan 25 (KUNA) -- The United Nations on Monday said that it is still aiming for the Intra Syrian Talks to start in Geneva, Switzerland, on Monday 25 January, but it is likely that this date will slip by a few days for practical reasons.
Egypt's Minister of Religious Endowments Mohamed Mokhtar Gomaa condemned, on Friday, calls to protests in advance of the fifth anniversary of the 25 January Revolution.
Greece: IMF denies pressuring ECB to take losses: The International Monetary Fund said, on 25 January, that it had "not asked" the European Central Bank to "play any specific role" in the write-off of part of the Greek public debt still being negotiated.
The coupon is payable on a semi-annual basis from 25 July 2011 until the maturity on 25 January 2016.
The Swedish business solutions developer Focal Point AB reported on Tuesday (25 January) an operating profit of SEK6.4m on revenues of SEK25.2m for the financial year January-December 2004.
It should reconsider itself andlistens to other voices that aim to achieve the demands of 25 January and 30 June."
The Danish bank Salling Bank A/S reported on Tuesday (25 January) a pre-tax profit of DKK20.2m on net interest income of DKK83m for the financial year January-December 2004.
"Why do some people call for a new revolution next 25 January? Do they want to destroy this country?" Al-Sisi asked.
The gas pipeline in Al-Arish was hit by an explosion early Sunday for the 29th time since the 25 January Revolution that toppled former president Hosni Mubarak.
A spokesman for the victims of the 25 January Revolution, Mohamed Fouad, was found dead in Giza with torture traces on his body.
A file picture taken on 25 January 2011 shows Egyptian demonstrators clashing with Egyptian police in central Cairo during a protest to demand the ouster of former President Hosni Mubarak and calling for reforms