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People dressed as Father Frost and Snow Maiden take part in the New Year's car parade in the town of Vileyka about 100 km northwest from Minsk on December 29, 2018. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

People dressed as Father Frost and Snow Maiden take part in the New Year’s car parade in the town of Vileyka about 100 km northwest from Minsk on December 29, 2018. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

A local craftsman displays his handmade puppets of United States President Donald Trump ahead of New Year's Eve in Managua, on December 29, 2018. - The puppets, made from old clothes to represent the past year, are traditionally burned at the New Year as a way of saying goodbye to the old year and welcoming the new. (Photo by INTI OCON / AFP)

A local craftsman displays his handmade puppets of United States President Donald Trump ahead of New Year’s Eve in Managua, on December 29, 2018. – The puppets, made from old clothes to represent the past year, are traditionally burned at the New Year as a way of saying goodbye to the old year and welcoming the new. (Photo by INTI OCON / AFP)

SY01. SYDNEY (AUSTRAÑIA), 28/12/2018.- Técnicos expertos desempacan fuegos artificiales durante un evento mediático sobre los preparativos para las celebraciones de Año Nuevo NYE (Sydney New Year's Eve 2018–19 ) en la Isla Glebe en Sydney, Australia, el 28 de diciembre de 2018. EFE/Joel Carrett PROHIBIDO SU USO EN AUSTRALIA Y NUEVA ZELANDA

SY01. SYDNEY (AUSTRAÑIA), 28/12/2018.- Técnicos expertos desempacan fuegos artificiales durante un evento mediático sobre los preparativos para las celebraciones de Año Nuevo NYE (Sydney New Year’s Eve 2018–19 ) en la Isla Glebe en Sydney, Australia, el 28 de diciembre de 2018. EFE/Joel Carrett PROHIBIDO SU USO EN AUSTRALIA Y NUEVA ZELANDA

People stack wooden pallets as they build a bonfire for the New Year on the beach of Scheveningen on December 27, 2018. - Two dutch villages compete in building the biggest fire which will be lit on new years eve. (Photo by Robin van Lonkhuijsen / ANP / AFP) / Netherlands OUT

People stack wooden pallets as they build a bonfire for the New Year on the beach of Scheveningen on December 27, 2018. – Two dutch villages compete in building the biggest fire which will be lit on new years eve. (Photo by Robin van Lonkhuijsen / ANP / AFP) / Netherlands OUT

This photo taken on December 20, 2018 shows a woman walking past illuminated decorations at a lighting display in Handan in China's northern Hebei province. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

This photo taken on December 20, 2018 shows a woman walking past illuminated decorations at a lighting display in Handan in China’s northern Hebei province. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

MJH. Cologne (Germany), 01/01/2016.- (FILE) - Fireworks fill the sky over the Cologne cathedral, the river Rhine and the old city of Cologne, Germany, 01 January 2016 (reissued 29 December 2018). The German Federal Environment Agency has called for the abandonment of private New Year's Eve fireworks due to the high level of fine dust pollution. (Incendio, Alemania, Colonia) EFE/EPA/MAJA HITIJ GERMANY OUT

MJH. Cologne (Germany), 01/01/2016.- (FILE) – Fireworks fill the sky over the Cologne cathedral, the river Rhine and the old city of Cologne, Germany, 01 January 2016 (reissued 29 December 2018). The German Federal Environment Agency has called for the abandonment of private New Year’s Eve fireworks due to the high level of fine dust pollution. (Incendio, Alemania, Colonia) EFE/EPA/MAJA HITIJ GERMANY OUT

Haarlem (Netherlands), 29/12/2018.- A sign marking a voluntary fireworks free zone ('Fireworks, Certainly not here') in Haarlem, The Netherlands, 29 December 2018. In serveral Dutch cities certains area are introduced especially next to hospitals, animal shelters and zoos. (Incendio, Países Bajos; Holanda) EFE/EPA/REMKO DE WAAL

Haarlem (Netherlands), 29/12/2018.- A sign marking a voluntary fireworks free zone (‘Fireworks, Certainly not here’) in Haarlem, The Netherlands, 29 December 2018. In serveral Dutch cities certains area are introduced especially next to hospitals, animal shelters and zoos. (Incendio, Países Bajos; Holanda) EFE/EPA/REMKO DE WAAL

TWN01. Taipei (Taiwan), 29/12/2018.- An art installation with 2019 illuminated balloons is set up in front of the Presidential Office Building in Taipei, Taiwan, 29 December 2018, to welcome the New Year. EFE/EPA/DAVID CHANG

TWN01. Taipei (Taiwan), 29/12/2018.- An art installation with 2019 illuminated balloons is set up in front of the Presidential Office Building in Taipei, Taiwan, 29 December 2018, to welcome the New Year. EFE/EPA/DAVID CHANG

-FOTODELDIA- People pray in a Taoist temple in Taipei, Taiwan, 26 December 2018. Many Taiwanese go to Buddhist or Taoist temples at year-end to pray for health and wealth in the new year. EFE/David Chang

-FOTODELDIA- People pray in a Taoist temple in Taipei, Taiwan, 26 December 2018. Many Taiwanese go to Buddhist or Taoist temples at year-end to pray for health and wealth in the new year. EFE/David Chang

Moscow (Russian Federation), 29/12/2018.- A long-time exposure shows a woman standing inside an illuminated decoration for the New Year and Christmas holidays in Moscow, Russia, 29 December 2018. The Moscow authorities spent almost 972 million rubles (about 12 million eur) to celebrate the New Year. In total, around 4,000 designs of festive decorations and at least 250 Christmas trees were installed in Moscow. (Rusia, Moscú) EFE/EPA/SERGEI ILNITSKY

Moscow (Russian Federation), 29/12/2018.- A long-time exposure shows a woman standing inside an illuminated decoration for the New Year and Christmas holidays in Moscow, Russia, 29 December 2018. The Moscow authorities spent almost 972 million rubles (about 12 million eur) to celebrate the New Year. In total, around 4,000 designs of festive decorations and at least 250 Christmas trees were installed in Moscow. (Rusia, Moscú) EFE/EPA/SERGEI ILNITSKY

Moscow (Russian Federation), 29/12/2018.- A girl slides down a run in an ice sculpture park decorated for the New Year and Christmas holidays in Moscow, Russia, 29 December 2018. The Moscow authorities spent almost 972 million rubles (about 12 million eur) to celebrate the New Year. In total, around 4,000 designs of festive decorations and at least 250 Christmas trees were installed in Moscow. (Rusia, Moscú) EFE/EPA/SERGEI ILNITSKY

Moscow (Russian Federation), 29/12/2018.- A girl slides down a run in an ice sculpture park decorated for the New Year and Christmas holidays in Moscow, Russia, 29 December 2018. The Moscow authorities spent almost 972 million rubles (about 12 million eur) to celebrate the New Year. In total, around 4,000 designs of festive decorations and at least 250 Christmas trees were installed in Moscow. (Rusia, Moscú) EFE/EPA/SERGEI ILNITSKY

People dressed as Father Frost and Snow Maiden take part in the New Year's car parade in the town of Vileyka about 100 km northwest from Minsk on December 29, 2018. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

People dressed as Father Frost and Snow Maiden take part in the New Year’s car parade in the town of Vileyka about 100 km northwest from Minsk on December 29, 2018. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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