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Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen inspects troops at an army barracks ahead of the Lunar New Year and oversees an exercise by the infantry repelling a mock attack by enemy forces.
PM Sunak to tackle UK's problems but says there are no 'quick fixes'
Sunak set out his government's priorities in the new year, including having the confidence to "do things differently and better".
Czechs tussle with 'nanny state' and defy New Year's Eve firework ban
The Czech Republic was ranked as having the second-least restrictive regulations in Europe by the latest Nanny State Index.
Prequel to New Year's Eve staple 'Dinner for One' announced
The comedy classic has been a firm fixture on TV schedules across much of the continent for decades. Now millions who watched over the years will have even more to wonder about Miss Sophie's early life and loves.
Watch: Revellers around the world ring in the New Year
The ball dropped on New York City's iconic Times Square as huge crowds counted down the seconds into 2023, culminating in raucous cheers and a deluge of confetti glittering amid jumbo screens, neon, pulsing lights and soggy streets.
Silent fireworks create New Year's displays even a dog could love
Dogs in Denmark might get a small respite this New Year’s weekend, as the sale of silent fireworks jumped last year.
New Yorkers wish for peace, love and happiness in 2023
New York residents write down their wishes for 2023 on the "Wishing Wall" in Times Square.
New York's Times Square unveils New Year Wishing Wall
The Wishing Wall gives people from around the globe the opportunity to be a part of New Year’s Eve in Times Square by writing their wishes for the upcoming year on pieces of confetti that will be released at midnight on New Year’s Eve.
It's Jewish New Year: but what is Rosh Hashanah?
Seem a few months too early? Learn about how the Hebrew calendar celebrates its new year in September.
Vietnam nears Lunar New Year hoping for virus recovery
Vietnamese people are making their preparations for the Lunar New Year of the Tiger, the most festive event of the year, amid warnings of caution against COVID-19.
Vietnam incense village dazzles ahead of Lunar New Year, though sales down
Vietnam's "incense village" is a dazzling pink as workers prepare fragrant sticks for the Lunar New Year holiday, but strict rules to stop the spread of Covid-19 are dulling its lustre.
Dry January: Here’s how to have fun and stay sober this month
From art galleries to escape rooms and spas, there are plenty of ways to honour your New Year's resolution in style.
Russian town swaps New Year champagne for running
Dozens took part in a holiday run on the first day of 2022 in Yaroslavl, northeast of Moscow. The goal of the event is to popularise an active and sober lifestyle.
French burn fewer cars on New Year's Eve due to pandemic
Fewer arson attacks occurred because of massive police presence on cities’ streets this New Year’s Eve.
NYE's fireworks kill men in Germany, Austria
The sale of fireworks for personal use was banned in Germany this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Five things to do with leftover champagne (other than drink it)
While the idea of leftover fizz might sounds ridiculous, it does happen - and for when you're too hungover to drink it, here are some suggestions for its more creative uses.
Europe cracks down on New Year celebrations amid COVID-19 records
Across Europe, New Year celebrations are scaled down and restrictions imposed as countries experience a massive surge in coronavirus infections.
Peruvian shamans make predictions for the new year
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Omicron spread casts gloom over New Year celebration in Europe
Christmas celebrations across Europe were deeply affected by COVID-19 for the second year running -- and the Omicron variant looks set to do the same for New Year celebrations too.
Father Frost visits Moscow children's hospital
Russian rescue corps students abseiled down the wall of a Moscow children's hospital on Sunday to bring a bit of holiday cheer to its patients.