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Video: Fireworks around the world celebrate the entry of 2013
As the world turned, bringing 2013 to each country, fireworks lit the sky in incredible displays. Despite austerity, many major cities represented in the video offered pyrotechnic extravaganzas. Let us hope for peace and prosperity in the new year.
Hong Kong celebrates 2013 in city's biggest firework display yet
Hong Kong - Hong Kong celebrated the start of 2013 with a spectacular firework display - the largest the city has ever seen - attended by tens of thousands of people.
Spectacular video of Sydney's New Year fireworks
Sydney - While many of us are still waiting for the New Year to start, Sydney is already living in 2013. They held a spectacular firework extravaganza to mark the event.
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Fireworks light up the Burj Khalifa, world's tallest building, in Dubai to celebrate 2013.
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Hong Kong celebrates the start of 2013 with a firework display.
Spectacular fireworks display to mark 2013 in Sydney, Australia.
Fireworks explode from the London Eye to celebrate 2013.
Fireworks display in Dubai to ring in 2013.
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