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French and foreign revellers in Paris usher New Year

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION). STORY: Tourists and locals in the French capital flocked to the city's iconic landmarks on Tuesday night (December 31) to celebrate New Year's Eve. With its famous Champs Elysees avenue covered in Christmas lights and Eiffel Tower sparkling on the stroke of midnight, the city of light lived up to its name, delighting the visitors. Tourists from all over the world, Mexico, Chile, Romania and other countries, gathered on the Trocadero, which offers one of the best views over the Tower.

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