An active duty military police battalion of 200 to 250 troops are deployed in the U.S. capital Washington, D.C. to provide security as protests continue. Defense officials say the troops are from Fort Bragg in North Carolina.
The World Trade Organization's Appellate Body ceases functioning. The tenure of two of its three remaining judges expires after the United States blocked the appointment of new judges and the quorum needed for a valid appeals ruling cannot be reached anymore.
Prosecutors in the United States charge Sayfullo Saipov with a further six counts of attempted murder, in addition to the 22 other offences already charged in connection to a vehicle-ramming attack in New York. Saipov enters pleas of not guilty.
American fighter aircraft F-16 flying out of Aviano Air Base loses radio contact and crashes in the Adriatic Sea. [https:--www.reuters.com-article-2013-01-29-us-fighter-crash-idUSBRE90R11Z20130129 (Reuters)] [http:--www.businessinsider.com-report-us-f-16-goes-down-off-italian-coast-2013-1 (Business Insider)] [http:--news.msn.com-us-us-fighter-jet-may-have-crashed-in-adriatic-sea (MSN News)]date=April 2020