Christmas is coming, but in Santa's home village in northern Finland, the COVID pandemic means that the flocks of tourists who usually start to make merry in Rovaniemi at this time of year are not.
While this year has been a struggle amid the on-going coronavirus pandemic, a confectioner from Hungary, Laszlo Rimoczi, tries to keep the spirit of Christmas alive amongst people.
The protests demanding greater democratic rights show no sign of ending despite the overwhelming victory by anti-establishment candidates in elections for district representatives earlier this month.
Elephants dressed as Santa Claus gave out presents and candy to students in Thailand in an annual Christmas tradition in the mostly Buddhist country. The Christmas celebration at the Jirasartwitthaya school in Ayutthaya,
According to statistics, more children were endangered in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic that forced the world into lockdown.
The village features a Christmas post office and giant snow sculptures, creating a Chinese version of Finland's famous Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi.
Stocks rose in China and were little changed in Japan on Friday with most world markets closed for Christmas holidays. The mixed session followed an advance during Wall Street’s shortened Christmas Eve trading as investors began the holiday
On of Thailand’s aquarium had a big surprise for little children visiting during Christmas, as Santa Claus swam by with a sack full of food for the fish.
'Santa' makes a dash to catch the second suspect who is about to break himself free.