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    Europe's Deadly Deep Freeze of January and February 2012

    October 25, 2012, 6:56:43 AM EDT

    During the second half of January and early February 2012, bitterly cold air originating from Siberia killed hundreds of people across Europe.

    According to the World Meteorological Organization, lows plummeted to as low as minus 30 degrees C in eastern European countries of Latvia, Belarus, northeastern Poland and Ukraine, while lows fell to minus 10 to minus 15 degrees C in central and western Europe.

    Pictures from Europe's Deep Freeze:


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