This week, several Santa Clauses crossed Capljina, in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, not on reindeer sleds but on donkeys.
In Washington DC, Deaf Santa Charles used American Sign Language (ASL) to communicate with deaf and hard of hearing children.
Due to extreme weather conditions, hundreds of travelers were stranded at Keflavik airport in Iceland. Coastal winds remained strong and roads in many areas were heavily affected by windblown snow.
The widow and mother of a Ukrainian soldier killed in action while fighting against Russian troops in April placed a Christmas tree at his grave in the city of Lviv, as they prepare to spend their first Christmas vacation without him.
Hundreds of demonstrators protested against the new Peruvian President Dina Boluarte and the Parliament in Cusco’s famous Plaza de Armas.
And a parade to celebrate Argentina’s World Cup champions was abruptly cut short on Tuesday as millions poured onto thoroughfares, highways and overpasses in a chaotic attempt to catch a glimpse of the national team that won the one of the greatest World Cup finals of all. time.
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