epa03094577 A woman has wrapped herself into her coat and scarf as she walk during snowfall in a street in central Skopje, capital of The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), on 06 February 2012. An usual heavy snowfall hit Macedonia early morning followed by Siberian cold. Temperature during the fell to minus 16 degrees Celsius. A cold wave sweeping across Europe has killed more than 420 people since late January, many of them homeless, and weather reports on 06 February forecast more snow and frigid temperatures for the upcoming days. The snow has thrown transportation out of gear, blocked arterial roads and cut off remote villages in many areas. EPA/GEORGI LICOVSKI
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