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Parts of Japan see record snowfall as military brought in
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Seven bodies found as hunt for Norway landslide survivors is paused
Three people are still missing after the December 28 disaster but hopes of finding them alive are now waning.
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Russian Father Frosts surprise children at hospital
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Coronavirus: Saving lives comes before Christmas celebrations, says EU
Brussels has made a festive warning and called on EU countries to remain vigilant against coronavirus until a vaccine is widely available.
Huge mudslide engulfs Sardinia town of Bitti
Heavy rains caused powerful mudslides which covered the streets of Bitti city centre.
Even Santa’s helpers are at risk of redundancy this year
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Here's what skiing holidays will look like this winter
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Russians amuse in creative home-made sledge riding
Russians competed in a downhill competition for the most creative home-made sledge on Sunday.
Europe sees warmest winter since records began
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Canadian Army sent to Newfoundland after massive snow drift
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2019 sets record for Europe's hottest December - Copernicus
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