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    Models walking on a runway in clothing designed by Spanish designer Custo Barcelona at the Architect show during Colombiamoda, as part of Colombia's Fashion Week in Medellin.

    From festive participants of a Belgian festival and the world's Santa Claus meetup in Denmark to protesters burning flares and effigies in Asia, Sputnik has collected a patchy mosaic of this past week's most interesting events.

    Fashion shows, bizarre festivals and competitions, loud protests and sports competitions, natural disasters and political gatherings, conflicts and election campaigns — the last seven days have given the world a lot to keep up with and think about.

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