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Colombians paraded on beds on the occasion of "World Lazy Day", a festival organised every year since 1985.
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Armenians drench each other at water festival
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Newport Folk Festival stage powered by bikes
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Peru celebrates International Dog Day with race
Pet owners in Lima took part in a race with their four-legged companions on Sunday as part of an event to mark International Dog Day.
This is Durbar Festival: Nigeria's most vibrant horse parade
The end of Eid al-Adha in Nigeria is celebrated each year at the Durbar Festival, which features huge horse parades all across the country. But why are horses so significant in Nigerian culture?
Six injured on last day of Spain's running of the bulls
The Navarra regional government said six people were treated for minor injuries following the final running of the bulls at this year’s San Fermín Festival on Thursday.
Berlin holds 'Rave the Planet Parade' to preserve electronic dance music
Crowds dance on the streets of Berlin in the 'Rave the Planet' parade, a political demonstration dedicated to recognising and preserving electronic dance music culture as a cultural achievement.
La Batalla del Vino: Spain's traditional wine battle makes its return
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Greasy pole competition returns to Massachusetts after pandemic break
Competitors run on a greasy pole and try to catch a flag during an annual competition in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
Thousands of students celebrate graduation in Saint Petersburg
Thousands of people gathered along the Neva River in St Petersburg on Friday night to witness the traditional 'Scarlet Sails' festival.
Ancestral Inca festival to the Sun God
With an offering to Pachamama (Mother Earth), the ancestral Inca ceremony for the Sun god or Inti Raymi, was staged in Cusco.
Up Helly Aa Viking fire festival squads open to women for first time
Women will be able to take part in squads at the main Up Helly Aa fire festival in Shetland for the first time next year, organisers have announced.
Summer solstice celebrated at Stonehenge for first time in three years
Around 6,000 people gathered to watch the sunrise on Tuesday.
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Thousands of trains cancelled as UK's biggest strike in decades begins
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