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PHOTO GALLERY: It's already 2018 in other parts of the world


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Early fireworks -- displayed a few hours before midnight for families with children -- light up the sky next to Melbourne Cricket Ground (R) ahead of the main show at midnight, in Melbourne on December 31, 2017. (AFP)
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Fireworks explode over Sydney Harbour during New Year's Eve celebrations in Sydney, Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017 (AP)
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Fireworks explode over Sydney Harbour during New Year's Eve celebrations in Sydney, Australia, Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017. (AP)
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A woman prays in front of lanterns to celebrate the New Year at Jogyesa Buddhist temple in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017. (AP)
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Balinese children take part in a cultural parade during a festival to mark the New Year in Denpasar on Bali island on December 31, 2017 (AFP)
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Balinese young people prepare to take part in a cultural parade at a festival to mark the New Year in Denpasar on Bali island on December 31, 2017. (AFP)
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Indian students attend a function to welcome the year 2018 at a school in Ahmadabad, India, Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017. (AP)
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A giant lantern in the shape of a dog is seen ahead of New Year celebrations at Xinghai Square in Dalian, Liaoning province, China December 29 ,2017. Picture taken December 29, 2017. (Reuters)
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A woman sells "Happy New Year 2018" headgear at Martin Place in Sydney on December 30, 2017. (AFP)
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Fireworks light the sky prior to the friendly football match between Egypt’s Al-Ahly and Spain’s Atletico Madrid at Borg al-Arab Stadium, near the Egyptian city of Alexandria, on December 30, 2017.
A gunman opened fire on a church south of Cairo the previous day, killing at least nine people in the latest apparent jihadist attack on Egypt's Christian minority. (AFP)
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Australia, Philippines, Indonesia and India have bid farewell to 2017

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