Republic Day marks the date on which Constitution of India came into force on 26 January 1950.
Prisoners were forced to walk miles in freezing conditions during the brutal death marches.
Australia Day marks the anniversary of the arrival of convict ships from UK in 1788
Burns mythographers are uncomfortable about the fact this champion of social justice applied to work as a 'negro driver' on a Jamaica plantation.
IBTimes UK looks at the story of Ravensbrück concentration camp on Holocaust Memorial Day
Holocaust Memorial Day 2015 marks the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi death camp
IBTimes UK looks at stories of Witold Pilecki, Miep Gies and other unsung heroes of the Holocaust.
German counter-extremism expert Bernd Wagner tells IBTimes UK that views which inspired Holocaust are still prevalent in Germany today.
Burns Night, anniversary of the birth of Scottish poet Robert Burns, is celebrated on 25 January.
Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill died on 24th January 1965
Meyler tells us how she helped fight Ebola in Liberia's capital Monrovia and became a Time Person of the Year.
Saudi Arabia has one of the worst human rights records in the world.
Marine Le Pen has tried to distance herself from Aymeric Chauprade's incendiary video - but her party has been plunged into chaos.
Page 3 of The Sun newspaper will no longer show pictures of topless women after 44 years of running the feature.
January New Moon, first supermoon or perigee-syzygy of 2015, will occur on 20 January