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VOA | Sunday December 31, 2017
Australia, New Zealand Ring in 2018
New Zealand, Australia, and surrounding Pacific Islands were among the first places to ring in 2018 with fireworks displays, parties, and other festivities. Nearly 1.5 million people gathered to watch a rainbow fireworks display above Sydney's iconic Harbor Bridge and opera house as the country celebrated legalizing gay marriage. Hours earlier, thousands lined the streets of Auckland, New Zealand's biggest city, for the annual street party and fireworks show above the Sky Tower. Armed police patrol busy public areas around Westminster as security is stepped up ahead of New Year';s Eve celebrations in London, Britain, Dec. 31, 2017. In preparation for celebrations, hundreds of thousands of law enforcement, military and security officials are being deployed in cities around the world to keep New Year's Eve revelers safe as they gather to welcome 2018. In Australia, one of the first places to ring in the new year, officials said police officers will be out in force on the ground, the air and the sea as part of the largest security operation in the country. Police in Melbourne last month arrested a man for planning to shoot revelers on New Year's Eve....Read more