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New year welcomed around the world with fireworks, food, and prayers
by Mattha Busby
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31 December 2017
On 31 December 2017 The Guardian reported:
Dubai's Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building at 828m, has once more served as the focal point of New Year's Eve celebrations in the United Arab Emirates, though this year authorities decided against fireworks and chose a massive LED light show. Meanwhile India welcomed in the new year with midnight celebrations at popular landmarks, temples, mosques, gurdwaras, and churches. In New Zealand, tens of thousands of people took to the streets and beaches, becoming among the first in the world to usher in 2018. Many Japanese people were celebrating the arrival of the Year of the Dog by praying for peace and good fortune at Shinto shrines ... In South Korea, thousands of people were expected to fill the streets near Seoul's City Hall for a traditional bell-tolling ceremony to usher in the new year.
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