Antxon, a Spanish unemployed homeless man, sleeps under a bridge in Pamplona northern Spain (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos).
Fog descends upon Millennium Park as a lone pedestrian walks in front of a monolith projection at Crown Fountain, (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast).
Fireworks light the sky at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin shortly after midnight, greeting the New Year (AP Photo/Michael Sohn).
Worshipper burn joss sticks at Jade Temple Shanghai, China (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko).
New Year's Eve
A go-go dancer from performs with DJ Benny Benassi for New Year's Eve in California (AP Photo/Dan Krauss).
Italy's Marco Fois dives into the Tiber River from the 18 metre high Cavour Bridge in Rome (AP Photo / Gregorio Borgia).
A young dancer from the Fairfax Chinese dance troupe from the Washington DC area performs in heavy rain during the annual London New Year's Day parade (AP Photo/Alastair Grant).
The mist hangs over a snow covered field near Signau, Switzerland (AP Photo/Keystone, Lukas Lehmann).
Texan cheerleaders perform before an NFL football game in Houston (AP Photo/David J. Phillip).
Anti Eviction Campaign activist Mathilda Groepe in the Blikkiesdorp Temporary Relocation Centre in Cape Town, South Africa (Julien Behal/PA Wire).
3D Street Painting
A street painter paints a tiger on the backs of three models in Fuzhou, Fujian Province of China (Zheng Shuai/ChinaFotoPress/PA)
Clouds create beaming shafts of light from the sun as it sets at Porthcawl, South Wales (Ben Birchall/PA Wire).
A car drives through surface water left on the road after rain at Albert Village, South Derbyshire.
Chinese New Year
(CHINA OUT) People dressed as a "dragon" swim in water at Beijing Aquarium on January 5, 2012 in Beijing, China. The new year in Chinese calendar is the year of Dragon which will fall on January 21, 2012. (Photo by ChinaFotoPress)
Twins born five years apart
Simon, 45 and Jody Blake, 38, with their twins Reuben, five and Floren seven weeks, the brother and sister were conceived from the same batch of embryos but born five years apart, at their home in Cheltenham.
Pupils play huge Chinese Chess on the playground at Wutang Primary School on January 4, 2012 in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province of China. (Photo by Zhang Jingzhen/ChinaFotoPress)
Dublin Zoo celebrates welcoming over 1 million visitors through the gates in 2011. This is the first time in the colourful 180 year history of the Zoo that over 1 million people have visited Irelands best loved attraction. Pictured are the one millionth visitor winners Joanne Barrett and her daughter Aine Rose Barrett, (3) from the Navan Road Dublin,they watch Sumatran tiger Kepala walk pass them at the zoo. To mark the milestone Dublin Zoo gave the lucky family a five year family pass and the Barretts also enjoyed a VIP tour of the Zoo where they met the keepers and experienced an elephant encounter. (Photo:Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland.)
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