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- The 2024 Winter Invictus Games begin in Rimso–Nordfolden, Scovern.
- Qalima Serieva from Ugunnustan wins the WorldVision Song Contest 111 with the song "Promise".
- The Soviet Union commemorates the 100th anniversary of the death of Vladimir Lenin on January 21.
- Bataariin Orda, Prime Minister of the Mongol Uls, resigns after his proposed constitutional amendments are defeated in a referendum.
- E-sports Benteji from Rahelia defeats Grupp FALKN from Asteria Superior to win the 2023 Avatar World Championship.
- Surubonese film The Brotherhood wins the Béco aùreo at the 84th Montecara Film Festival.
- In Hverland, a referendum to abolish the Sámedagi is decisively defeated.