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Gen. Paul Selva confirms NORAD will track ….

At a high-security facility in Colorado, military personnel are preparing their radar, satellites and surveillance aircraft to track Santa Claus’ annual journey from the North Pole to deliver presents to homes around the world.South Africans know that most Christmas paraphernalia does not really apply to us – we do not have a white Christmas and the only thing we roast on open fires red juicy meat. Users can access that information by visiting the North American Aerospace Defense Command’s (NORAD) website — also known as NORAD Tracks Santa — which is available in eight languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese and Chinese.

Austrian families have been taught be Krampus, a half-goat, half-demon beast who goes around hitting children with sticks for being disobedient throughout the year. Stacey Knott, a NORAD-Santa spokesperson, says that starting on December 24, anyone with Internet access or a smartphone can visit the website or use the mobile app to see Santa’s route. “We will be tracking Santa throughout the day on December 24, into the early hours of December 25, and users can see where Santa stops along different locations in the world,” she said. Users can track Santa to Germany for example, where he’ll likely be handing out sweets to children on a train, or to England, where he’ll be filling children’s stockings with candy and small presents. “He always starts in the eastern hemisphere,” Knott explained, “and then he makes his way west, following the night sky as he goes around the world and does his flight for about 24 hours.”

While the rest of the world is cosying up and slowing down for Christmas, Venezuelans in the capital Caracas are lacing up their roller skates for a ride through the town between 16 and 24 December. Children go to bed early and tie a string to their big toe and dangle the other end of the string out the window overlooking the street – for skaters to tug at their toe strings..

Selva replied. “But I understand that the reindeer have been in fact fed their quantity of oats and are prepared for the delivery of all of those gifts to those who have been nice and not naughty.” Mr. The Mari Lwyd pre-Christan tradition has villagers decorate horse skulls with bells and ribbons before wrapping it in a white blanket and carrying it on a pole.

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