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>> Freezing weather conditions in central Europe are proving deadly. Severe frosts and snow storms have killed at least 25 people over the weekend, mainly in Poland. In some places, temperatures in the region dropped below -30 degrees celsius. The homeless badly affected with people living on the streets dying in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
While thousands of migrants trapped in Serbia face night time temperatures below minus 20 degree Celsius. Without proper shelter many are sleeping in an abandoned warehouse near Belgrade.>> Yeah, actually, the cold is too much, and last night, we didn't sleep. We, all the people sitting around the fire, and it was too cold.
I think it was minus 16, 15 last night.>> Refugee camps are packed and only women and children are likely to be let in, leaving the men to seek shelter wherever they can. On the border with Hungary, many are forced to sleep in tents to cue for asylum applications.
Weather forecasts predict more harsh frosts across the region for the coming days.