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12 year-old boy 'attempts nail bombing' in Ludwigshafen Christmas market, City Hall
A 12 year old German-Iraqi boy in Ludwigshafen, Germany attempts a double nail-bomb attack
Tsipras defiant as Greek pensioners Christmas bonus is approved
Kew Gardens in London lights up for Christmas
Across a frozen lake, lights dance to the sound of popular Christmas carols.
Japanese transport app offers 'drunk mode' to partygoers
A Japan-based application development company has come up with a novel way to help its customers during the festive party season. Ekispert, makers
Battle of the ads - searching for a Christmas cracker
Scrambling for end-of-year holiday shoppers big brands are rolling out more expensive and inventive ad campaigns with the focus on internet clicks.
Santa run in Riga, Paris
About 1,000 runners dressed up as Santa gathered in Riga’s medieval Town Center on Sunday to participate in an annual race.
Festive fun as sea of Santas hits Athens' streets
A sea of festive red engulfed parts of Athens as the Greek capital hosted a Christmas-themed run.
Christmas magic for German children
German youngsters enjoyed an early taste of Christmas during a special train ride.
Christmas lights turned on in Bethlehem
Place of Jesus' birth marks the beginning of the festive season in traditional style.
Trip the light fantastic in an enchanted garden
Flaming torches, yuletide carols, singing trees and lasers are all being deployed by the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London.
Christmas spends down in Britain and France say surveys
Cash registers might be ringing up less in sales this Christmas in Britain and France according to twin surveys
New York department stores get into the holiday spirit
New York department stores continue the tradition of making elaborate displays for their shop fronts for the holiday season.
Glitter garbage Trump makes Christmas trees great again
Trump makes Christmas trees great again
Paris aglow for Christmas
The official ceremony to launch the lights last year was postponed following the terror attacks in the capital, but this year the ceremony went ahead with Judo star Teddy Riner doing the honours.
Orthodox Christians begin Christmas celebrations
An estimated 350,000 Orthodox Christians have celebrated Christmas Eve in Moscow, with Patriarch Kirill overseeing the main event in the Russian
Pope Francis holds Epiphany mass, Eastern Christians prepare for Christmas
The Vatican has held the annual Epiphany mass, marking the official end of the Christmas season. Pope Francis spoke in his homily of restless hearts
And also...Turkish 'Santa' undercover police, Diamond cakes, Granny's virtual reality encounter.
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Koala rescued from Australian bushfire
In Australia, where bushfires have ravaged the southern coastline of Great Ocean Road, some residents were allowed on Sunday (December 27) to return
Some 30 Germans go for their annual Christmas Day swim in a Berlin lake, calling the 6 degree Celsius water temperature “pleasantly warm.”
Urbi et Orbi
Pope Francis marks Christmas Day with the traditional “Urbi et Orbi” (to the city and the world) message from the central balcony of St. Peter’s
Philip VI's call for national unity heard loud and clear by Basques & Catalans
The King of Spain’s Christmas speech’s strong appeals to beware of nationalist sentiment led to its leaders being quick off the mark to comment. The
Britain's Royal Family attends traditional Sandringham church service
Britain’s Royal Family has attended the annual Christmas church service in the Norfolk village of Sandringham. Nearly a thousand well-wishers waited
Pope Francis blessing in Rome invokes Christmas to dispel anxiety
Bethlehem Christmas festivities 'subdued' amid ongoing violence
Christmas Day in the West Bank town of Bethlehem saw hundreds of Christians and tourists from around the world gather to celebrate mass at the
Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders make historic joint appeal for reunification
For the first time ever the leaders of the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities have delivered a joint televised message for Christmas. They
Spain's king calls for unity after inconclusive elections