Christmas decoration with Santa Claus is seen at the memorial at the Christmas market near the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin on December 24, 2016.(AFP / John MACDOUGALL)
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A counter keeps a running tally of gifts delivered by Saint Nick so far -- nearly 1.4 billion by 1530 GMT as Santa approached Geraldton, Australia, the NORAD website showed.Santa's progress -- as well as the activities of NORAD volunteers -- could also be charted at the Twitter handle @NoradSanta.To avoid disappointing the little ones, NORAD's director of operations at the time, Colonel Harry Shoup, ordered his staff to check the radar to see where Santa might be and update the children on his location.
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