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Kim Jong Un attends parade honouring grandfather's birthday
North Korea's Kim Jong Un attends parade honouring grandfather's birthday
Venice partygoers swap COVID masks for carnival outfits
Three years since the last Venice Carnival, revellers swapped their surgical masks for carnival ones and took to the streets.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Republika Srpska 30th anniversary marked amid serious political crisis
The Serb political leader Milorad Dodik’s increasingly aggressive rhetoric along with his plans to start withdrawing from the Bosnian government has cast a large shadow over this year’s banned holiday.
Watch: Three Kings parade returns to Madrid to mark Epiphany
This year's parade featured a giant mechanical elephant, live camels, and acrobats, as well as a traditional fireworks display at the end.
Police: Wisconsin parade-crash suspect was in a domestic disturbance
The driver who plowed into a Christmas parade in Wisconsin, killing at least five people, was leaving the scene of a domestic dispute, police said.
At least 5 dead after SUV ploughs through Wisconsin Christmas parade
Officials in the Wisconsin city of Waukesha say at least five people were killed and 40 injured after an SUV drove through a Christmas parade.
North Korea parades military hardware to celebrate founding
There were marches of troops wearing gas masks and bright red suits.
El Salvador goes ahead with clown day despîte coronavirus pandemic
The country is nearing a total of 40,000 coronavirus cases, with more than 1,000 deaths.
Vladimir Putin leads Navy Day celebrations in Saint Petersburg
Over 40 warships took part in the naval parade along the Neva River in St Petersburg.
Hundreds take part in Taiwan Pride march
The heavy rain did not stop activists in Taiwan, the only Asian country where same-sex marriage is legal.
Thousands turn up for Sydney's Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade
Thousands of people in sparkling outfits gathered in the centre of Sydney for Australia's 42nd annual LGBT Mardi Gras parade.
Watch: Rome holds special parade to welcome in the new year
Marching bands took centre stage in the Italian capital on Wednesday as it toasted the arrival of a new decade.
Germany's biggest gathering of Santa Clauses
Some 70 Santa Clauses and their helpers Krampus, Perchten and angels gathered in the southern Bavarian town of Murnau in order to parade through town in full regalia to get everybody in the mood for the Christmas season.
Scenes of joy at New Delhi pride, but marchers still lack 'acceptance'
More than 1,000 people marched through New Delhi to celebrate India’s sexual diversity — but they said there is a long way to go to find acceptance.
Mexico celebrates anniversary of 1910 revolution
Thousands of people watched an anniversary parade in Mexico on Wednesday. The parade marked the country's Revolution.
Burning crosses and Boris Johnson effigy light up Lewes bonfire night
Costumed processions and bonfires mark the foiling of Guy Fawkes' Gunpowder Plot to blow up Parliament in 1605, and the memory of Lewes' Protestant martyrs.
Thousands march in Buenos Aires for Gay Pride
Participants held gay pride flags and danced as they made their way through downtown Buenos Aires.
Carnival held to mark Mexican Day of the Dead
Thousands of people took to the streets of Mexico City to dance beside giant skulls and skeletons, rolled out for the capital fourth edition of a Day of the Dead parade inspired by Hollywood, part of an ever-expanding menu of festivities for the holiday.
Mexico City revelers channel 'La Catrina' ahead of Day of the Dead fes
Mexicans dressed as elegant skeletons took to the streets of their capital.
'Clowning around': World's clowns gather in Mexico City
Clowns are very important to Mexican culture and life. Thousands pop up on traffic intersections and perform all kinds of tricks to earn a few pesos.
Watch: Clowning around in Mexico City
More than 450 clowns from 14 countries will attend seminars and stock up on the latest shoes, makeup and wigs at the 24th annual International Clown Convention.
Parachutist left dangling during Spain's National Day parade
A parachutist hit some technical difficulties during Spain's National Day parade on Saturday (October 12) after misjudging his landing, smashing into a lamp post and remaining suspended as hundreds at the parade looked on.
Vladivostok celebrates 'Tiger Day'
Thousands of Russians marched down the central streets of the Far Eastern city of Vladivostok on Sunday (September 29) to mark Tiger Day.
Elephants trample crowd at Sri Lankan pageant, injuring 17
Seventeen people were injured when two elephants at a Sri Lankan street pageant went on a rampage on Saturday (September 7), local media reported
Revellers enjoy sunshine at hot Notting Hill Carnival
Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in the west London district of Notting Hill to celebrate the Notting Hill Carnival, an annual event that which has taken place since 1966.
Paris celebrates 75th anniversary of liberation from Nazis
Paris celebrated the 75th anniversary of its victory over the rule of the notorious Nazi leader Adolf Hitler on Sunday (August 25) with a parade in 1940s dress, delighting onlookers who took part in the joyous commemoration.