Migrants eat free food during a snowfall outside a derelict customs warehouse in Belgrade, Serbia January 9, 2017. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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The cold snap has killed 10 more people in Poland, stranded thousands in snow-covered Turkey and brought fresh misery for both migrants and the homeless.Double-digit subzero temperatures have claimed more than 30 lives over the past few days, many of them migrants or homeless people found frozen to death.Sunday was the deadliest day this winter for cold-related deaths in Poland, where temperatures have plunged to below minus 20 degrees Celsius in some regions. The temperature overnight was minus 15 degrees Celsius.Schools were closed across cities in central Siberia Monday but classes resumed in Moscow where the temperature rose by 7 degrees to minus 20 degrees Celsius.Two people died and 190 people with hypothermia have sought medical help in the city between New Year's Eve and Jan. 8, according to Russian news agencies quoting emergency medical official Sergei Gumenyuk.
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