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A Thai and foreign revelers battle with water guns during the annual Songkran celebration at Khaosan Road, a tourist spot in Bangkok, Thailand, 12 April 2017. (Photo by Rungroj Yongrit/EPA)

A Thai and foreign revelers battle with water guns during the annual Songkran celebration at Khaosan Road, a tourist spot in Bangkok, Thailand, 12 April 2017. The four southeast Asian nations of Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos started the Buddhist new year, known as Thingyan in Myanmar and Songkran in Thailand, on April 13. (Photo by Rungroj Yongrit/EPA)
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15 Apr 2017 08:42:00
Revellers take part in the annual “Naval Battle” of Vallecas during the Virgen del Carmen Festival in Madrid, Spain July 17, 2016. (Photo by Javier Barbancho/Reuters)

Revellers take part in the annual “Naval Battle” of Vallecas during the Virgen del Carmen Festival in Madrid, Spain July 17, 2016. (Photo by Javier Barbancho/Reuters)
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18 Jul 2016 12:24:00
Participants play with water guns during the Sinchon Water Gun Festival in Seoul, South Korea, July 9, 2016. (Photo by Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters)

Participants play with water guns during the Sinchon Water Gun Festival in Seoul, South Korea, July 9, 2016. (Photo by Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters)
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10 Jul 2016 09:48:00
A man throws water at pedestrians as residents join in a water-splashing frenzy to honor their patron Saint John the Baptist's Feast Day in San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines June 24, 2016. San Juan is renowned for its celebration of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist every year of June 24. In a nod to the saint's characteristic act, San Juaneños engage in Basaan (“wetting”), where revellers splash people with water. (Photo by Romeo Ranoco/Reuters)

A man throws water at pedestrians as residents join in a water-splashing frenzy to honor their patron Saint John the Baptist's Feast Day in San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines June 24, 2016. San Juan is renowned for its celebration of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist every year of June 24. In a nod to the saint's characteristic act, San Juaneños engage in Basaan (“wetting”), where revellers splash people with water. (Photo by Romeo Ranoco/Reuters)
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26 Jun 2016 13:34:00
A reveller reacts during a water fight at Songkran Festival celebrations in Bangkok April 13, 2016. (Photo by Jorge Silva/Reuters)

A reveller reacts during a water fight at Songkran Festival celebrations in Bangkok April 13, 2016. The three-day Songkran Festival starts on 13-15 April annually and is celebrated with splashing water and putting powder on each others faces as a symbolic sign of cleansing and washing away the sins from the old year. (Photo by Jorge Silva/Reuters)
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14 Apr 2016 12:18:00
A schoolgirl is soaked with water thrown by an elephant in a preview of the upcoming Songkran Festival celebration, the Thai traditional New Year, also known as the water festival in the ancient world heritage city of Ayutthaya, Thailand, 11 April 2016. The annual elephant Songkran is held to promote the tourism industry prior the three-day Songkran Festival which starts on 13-15 April annually and is celebrated with splashing water and putting powder on each others faces as a symbolic sign of cleansing and washing away the sins from the old year. (Photo by Diego Azubel/EPA)

A schoolgirl is soaked with water thrown by an elephant in a preview of the upcoming Songkran Festival celebration, the Thai traditional New Year, also known as the water festival in the ancient world heritage city of Ayutthaya, Thailand, 11 April 2016. The annual elephant Songkran is held to promote the tourism industry prior the three-day Songkran Festival which starts on 13-15 April annually and is celebrated with splashing water and putting powder on each others faces as a symbolic sign of cleansing and washing away the sins from the old year. (Photo by Diego Azubel/EPA)
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12 Apr 2016 11:32:00
In this April 13, 2015 file photo, a Thai woman splashes water on people from the back of a truck during the Songkran water festival to celebrate Thai New Year in Bangkok, Thailand.Thailand's military government is putting a dampener on the annual nationwide water fight. Despite Thailand's worst drought in 20 years, the junta says it has no intention of limiting the virtually around-the-clock water throwing that defines the three-day Songkran festival. Instead, it has decided to impose morality measures. (Photo by Sakchai Lalit/AP Photo)

In this April 13, 2015 file photo, a Thai woman splashes water on people from the back of a truck during the Songkran water festival to celebrate Thai New Year in Bangkok, Thailand.Thailand's military government is putting a dampener on the annual nationwide water fight. Despite Thailand's worst drought in 20 years, the junta says it has no intention of limiting the virtually around-the-clock water throwing that defines the three-day Songkran festival. Instead, it has decided to impose morality measures. (Photo by Sakchai Lalit/AP Photo)
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11 Apr 2016 11:09:00
Revellers take part in the annual “Naval Battle” of Vallecas in Madrid, Spain July 19, 2015. The slogan for this year's water battle is “Get wet for Alfon, freedom for Alfon”, referring to Alfonso Fernandez Ortega, a Vallecas resident who was sentenced to four years in prison in June. The festival was started spontaneously in 1981 when some neighbours started to throw water at one another due to high temperatures during the Virgen del Carmen Festival. (Photo by Juan Medina/Reuters)

Revellers take part in the annual “Naval Battle” of Vallecas in Madrid, Spain July 19, 2015. The slogan for this year's water battle is “Get wet for Alfon, freedom for Alfon”, referring to Alfonso Fernandez Ortega, a Vallecas resident who was sentenced to four years in prison in June. The festival was started spontaneously in 1981 when some neighbours started to throw water at one another due to high temperatures during the Virgen del Carmen Festival. (Photo by Juan Medina/Reuters)
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20 Jul 2015 10:01:00