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Beijing, Feb 12 (EFE/EPA).- People all over the world are celebrating Chinese Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival.Festivities were marred this year as the world battles to deal with a deadly outbreak of coronavirus. The Lunar New Year 2021 falls on Feb. 12 and marks the beginning of the Year of the Ox in Chinese astrology. (Camera: ROMAN PILIPEY).SHOT LIST: LUNAR NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS IN BEIJING, CHINA.

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