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Cold snap wreaks havoc across Europe
Hardly 'global warmng,' is it?
Moscow said it was deploying 9,000 snow ploughs to clear the city's streets.
In France, 40% of flights out of Paris's Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports were cancelled as a second wave of snowstorms hit the country's north.
Germany's third largest airport - in Duesseldorf - was closed because of the heavy snow, as were Belgium's three biggest airports - Brussels, Charleroi and Liege. Meanwhile, Amsterdam's Schiphol airport reported severe delays and cancellations..
Manchester Airport - the busiest outside the London area - suspended flights for 90 minutes as staff moved snow and de-iced a runway.
The weather also affected rail travel across northern Europe, with Austrian trains brought to a standstill because of frozen points.
Thanks to Rhys Jaggar for this link
This is hardly a sign of 'global warming' is it? says Rhys.
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