Here's our selection of this week's best no comment videos.
Fireworks and flames took over central Valencia on Tuesday (March 19) as locals and thousands of tourists celebrated the end of a four-day festival with the burning of over 380 ornate and colourful monuments made up of giant figures known as ninots, in the "Crema de Fallas" (burning of the fallas).
Residents of the Greek mountain town of Sochos, northeast of Thessaloniki, celebrated the beginning of Lent on Monday with a carnival and procession dating back to ancient times.
Locals flocked to an ancient pagoda in Vietnam's capital, Hanoi on Thursday to pray for better luck in love on the celebration of Valentine's Day.
Chinese residents in the United Arab Emirates gathered to celebrate the Lunar New Year.
Chinese communities around the world are welcoming the Year of the Pig.
Family members exchanged gifts and dressed in traditional attire.
Tibetans of southwest China's Sichuan Province held a ceremony and a horse parade on Tuesday to celebrate Losar, the Tibetan New Year.
Visitors are flocking to the city of Sapporo on Japan`s northern island of Hokkaido to see snow and ice sculptures as the annual snow festival kicks off.
Every winter, folklore groups from across Bulgaria take part in the two-day Surva festival in the city of Pernik.
Ash-smeared and Naga Sadhus or Hindu holy men, wearing just rosary beads and garlands, smoking wooden chillums (cigars), were a huge draw at this week's Kumbh Mela in India, the world's largest religious festival.
Over a hundred horses jumped through bonfires in a "purification ceremony" on Wednesday during the Spanish festival of "Las Luminarias" in a village northwest of Madrid.
Nearly one hundred people gathered at a Tokyo shrine to wash themselves in an icy bath on Sunday (January 13) to purify their souls and wish for good health in the new year.
While many are celebrating New Year's Eve with countdowns and fireworks, in Thailand worshippers at a temple in suburban Bangkok lay inside coffins and took part in traditional funeral rituals.