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Ukrainians celebrate Christmas Eve as power cuts interrupt Holy Mass
"It actually helps us when the lights are out...the liturgy sounds different and we experience it differently. We're not complaining," said Archimandrite Tychon of Saint Nicholas Monastery.
Ukraine war: US 'to send 50 Bradleys' and five more top stories
Here are the latest developments in Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Russian immigrants prepare for Orthodox Christmas in Serbia
Russian immigrants prepare for Orthodox Christmas in Serbia amid unseasonably warm winter temperatures.
Why do some Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas in January?
The difference is due to how Catholic and Orthodox Christians use different calendars to mark the holy day.
How to recycle your Christmas tree this January
Cut Christmas trees don’t have to be binned at the end of the 12th night - see how others across Europe are putting them to good use.
Gaza Santas trade sleighs for water-skis
Palestinian surfers dressed in Santa Claus outfits water-skied along Gaza beach to mark end-of-year celebrations.
Culture Re-View: A look back at this day in history
Culture Re-View: The world loses its princess, the Stagger Lee myth starts and Santa gets in trouble
Charles III makes his first Christmas message as King
Britain’s new monarch has evoked memories of his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II, as he broadcast his first Christmas message as monarch in a speech that also paid tribute to the “selfless dedication” of the country's public service workers.
Watch: Charity hosts Christmas event in Congo for displaced children
Congolese organisation "Un Jour Nouveau" (A New Day) is celebrating Christmas with children forced to flee war.
Unusual ways Europeans celebrated Christmas
Members of a Berlin swimming club dressed in Santa costumes and sang carols before their annual Christmas plunge into Lake Oranke.
Free dinners and healthcare for Poland's homeless and needy
Volunteers in the Polish city of Krakow have served some 50,000 free Christmas dinners.
More than 7,000 gather in Vatican for midnight Christmas mass
Pope Francis asked people this Christmas to “do something good,” during his homily at Christmas Eve Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican Saturday.
Pope uses Christmas Urbi et Orbi message to lament 'icy winds of war'
The traditional Christmas Day message was delivered from the main balcony of St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican.
How do Christmas traditions vary around the world?
This Christmas Day, explore the festive traditions that shape cultures around the world.
Bethlehem rebounds from pandemic, lifting Christmas spirits
Tourism is the economic lifeblood of the town in the occupied West Bank, and for the past two years the pandemic kept international visitors away.
Why Europe's 'least religious country' is among the best at Christmas
Only around a third of Czechs believe in God, the lowest rate in Europe, yet their Christmas traditions remain wrapped up in religiosity.
Are Mr and Mrs Claus in an open relationship? This app thinks so
The traditional image of Santa Claus and his wife may be a jolly old couple but a ground-breaking dating app Taimi is looking to paint a more modern picture. LGBT+, ethically non-monogamous, and into kink; this is Mr and Mrs Claus like you've never seen them.
How to rescue robins from the cold winter weather this winter
Up to half of garden birds die of cold and hunger in winter. Here’s how to help them survive.
Can foraging for Christmas Decorations save you money?
Claire Douglas says she's saved hundreds by looking for decorations in her local woodland.
Food and Drink
"Sheep's head anyone?" What's on the menu across Europe at Christmas?
From sheep's head to the forerunner of the charcuterie, what are Europe's Christmas culinary traditions?