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Hospitals fill as Rohingya refugees shiver through winter

Cox's Bazar - Bangladesh doctors warned Tuesday of a sharp escalation in Rohingya children suffering from pneumonia as hundreds of thousands of refugees shiver through winter in overcrowded camps with little protection from the cold.

N.Korea doubts over South's Olympic invite: report

Seoul - A top North Korean sports official voiced doubts over a proposal by South Korean President Moon Jae-In to form a unified Olympic team, citing political tensions and a lack of time, a report said.

S. Korea president invites N. Korea to Pyeongchang Olympics

Seoul - South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Saturday invited North Korea to the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, saying sports could serve as a peace maker.

Darude to embark on second leg of '2017 Winter Tour'

Finnish DJ and record producer Darude has announced the second leg of his "2017 Winter Tour." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Surviving Russia's winter a grim triumph for homeless

Sanktpeterburg - As the fierce winter drags towards an end in Russia's second city of Saint Petersburg, Eduard Okuniyev is counting himself lucky to still be alive.

Hawrelak Park becomes a winter wonderland Special

Edmonton - Edmonton's Hawrelak Park transformed into a winter wonderland this past weekend, with the Ice Castles and Silver Skate Festival.

Winter storm slams East Coast with snow, rain and cold

New York - More than 1,000 flights from East Coast cities in the U.S. had to be cancelled Monday as a major winter storm moved into the region with snow, ice and high winds.

U.S. residents wake up to the white stuff on East Coast

New York City - Millions of northeastern U.S. residents woke up to a carpet of white snow Saturday as the largest storm in years crashed the East Coast, leaving tall drifts, blocked roads and power outages in its wake.

Photo essay: Alberta's winter bird species Special

As winter sets in across Alberta many bird species head south, but even with the cold weather and deep snow some birds stick around. They are the hardy few, which make Alberta and Canada their year-round home.

Over 1 million refugees face freezing winter

More than 1 million refugees face sub-zero temperatures and increased risk of illness on Europe's borders and in the Middle East. Harsh winter conditions will see temperatures fall to -11C in the Balkans.

Calgary-bound passengers furious over 8-hour wait on tarmac

Hamilton - Sunwing airline passengers trying to get home to Calgary are furious over the plane's stopover in Hamilton, Ontario where they were forced to endure an eight-hour wait on the tarmac.

Nepal quake victims face deadly winter as parties bicker

Gorkha - Thousands of Nepalis still living in tents months after a massive earthquake are facing a desperate winter, because of a fuel crisis and bickering politicians' failure to spend a $4.1 billion reconstruction fund.Eight months after a 7.

Ice sculpture of Jeep left in North Carolina parking lot

Greenville - Two interesting ice sculptures recently popped up in North Carolin as a result of the never-ending winter weather that has hit the United States in recent weeks.

Kentucky police are searching for fictional 'Frozen' character

Harlan - One police department in Kentucky is blaming a fictional Disney character for the harsh winter weather that has hit the state this week and they have issued a warrant for her arrest.

Flying Canoe Adventure a colourful Canadian odyssey Special

Edmonton - Fusing French Canadian and First Nations legend, this lesser known winter festival is becoming something to look forward to in mid-winter.

Northeastern U.S. prepares for 'historic' storm

New York City - As much as three feet of snow is expected Monday and Tuesday along a 250-mile stretch of the U.S. northeast coast as a massive winter storm brings enough heavy winds and driving snow to potentially shut down several of the nation's greatest cities.

Mom was right, it is best to wrap up warm in the winter

Wrap up warm or you’ll catch a cold is a common saying. There may be an element of truth to this for the cold causing virus is more virulent in cold temperatures when compared with warmer ones.

Rare help gets Saint Petersburg homeless through winter

Saint Petersburg - In his seven years spent living rough around Russia's second city of Saint Petersburg, Valera has lost his girlfriend and four fingers to the brutal winter weather.

Winter Survival Kits to be distributed to Toronto homeless Special

Toronto - Around 100 volunteers will be preparing 3000 winter survival kits at a warehouse in Caledonia Road, Toronto, to distribute to agencies in the GTA this Saturday.

Top tips to avoid frostbite Special

In the northern hemisphere many regions carry the risk of frostbite as the wintry weather moves towards its peak. Digital Journal has heard from a leading dermatologist about some top tips for avoiding frostbite.

Brutal weather forces homeless people off the street in east

Huntsville - Got homeless? The eastern U.S. has stumbled upon one way to solve the problem, short of actually spending enough money, that is; winter.

Syria refugees suffer bitter cold of Lebanon winter

- With just blankets to shield them against the icy wind and rain, Abu Ali's family huddles in a flimsy tent in Lebanon -- among the thousands of Syrian refugees struggling as winter sets in.

Gusty winds, snowfall in forecast as storm spans U.S. and Canada

Minneapolis - Extended swaths of Minnesota, and other portions of the upper United States, are bracing Monday for up to a foot of snow left by a large system that stretches well into Canada.

More men who are left-handed are born during the winter

Researchers found a correlation between winter-births and left handedness, where up to 9 percent of all those born in winter months are left handed.

Man arrested for operating snowmobile in June while intoxicated

Lansing - A Michigan man faces charges for crashing his snowmobile while under the influence. The lack of winter weather conditions and the temperatures in the mid-80s didn't deter the man from trying to pull off this snow job.

Rock salt damages butterflies

The use of rock salt during the winter season can damage butterflies and other roadside developing invertebrates. While a moderate rise in sodium can have some seeming benefits.

Op-Ed: Are Canadians living up to the hashtag #WeAreWinter? Special

Olympic fever is in the air, and Twitter is abuzz with nationalistic hashtags like #GoCanadaGo and #WeAreWinter. But are the ordinary Canadians who rally their athletes in Sochi really the winter enthusiasts the media would have the world believe?

Ice storm holds East Coast hostage, again

New York - Just when folks on the East Coast thought things could not get any worse this winter, Mother Nature proved them wrong with a blast of cold, ice and snow. Add to that, predictions of a longer winter.

Could pizza herb prevent winter vomiting disease?

Need an excuse to order pizza? Scientists have found that carvacrol — the substance in oregano oil that gives the pizza herb its distinctive warm, aromatic smell and flavour — is effective against the winter vomiting bug.

Advice for travelers attending the winter Olympics

Moscow - Health agencies have offered advice for those planning to brave the chilly temperatures and attend the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
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Water s edge at the breeding lake near Fairlands Valley in Hertfordshire
Water's edge at the breeding lake near Fairlands Valley in Hertfordshire
Lakeridge Ski Resort.
Lakeridge Ski Resort.
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Earth has seasons because our world is tilted on its axis with respect to our orbit around the sun.
Earth has seasons because our world is tilted on its axis with respect to our orbit around the sun.
NASA
The snow and cold temperatures did not stop these children and adults from enjoying the outdoors.
The snow and cold temperatures did not stop these children and adults from enjoying the outdoors.
Planting a tree on January 13  2012.
Planting a tree on January 13, 2012.
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A look down Woodward Avenue
A look down Woodward Avenue
Salmon River
Salmon River
Evergreen branches stretch across a cloudy blue sky in Dane County  Wisconsin in Autumn-Winter 2011-...
Evergreen branches stretch across a cloudy blue sky in Dane County, Wisconsin in Autumn-Winter 2011-2012.
The Ortona Fountain flows in the spring and summer  but is covered in snow now.
The Ortona Fountain flows in the spring and summer, but is covered in snow now.
Ice Castles in Edmonton.
Ice Castles in Edmonton.
A water pipe spews water into the frosty morning air after being damaged by a tsunami  which was tri...
A water pipe spews water into the frosty morning air after being damaged by a tsunami, which was triggered by a 8.9-magnitude earthquake off the northeastern coast of Japan.
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Ice Castles in Edmonton.
Ice Castles in Edmonton.
Ice Castles in Edmonton.
Ice Castles in Edmonton.
A city worker cleans a New York City street after a blizzard pounds the city
A city worker cleans a New York City street after a blizzard pounds the city
Johan Lange
Light snow falls on nearly empty streets in downtown Chicago  February 10  2016
Light snow falls on nearly empty streets in downtown Chicago, February 10, 2016
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David McKelvey
A pond surrounded by new snow.
A pond surrounded by new snow.
Kyna Porteous
Toronto s music gardens along Lake Ontario
Toronto's music gardens along Lake Ontario
This is a picture i took in colorado springs in the Wintertime 2005
This is a picture i took in colorado springs in the Wintertime 2005
WINTER: Snow blankets the Fairfax Villa neighbourhood of Fairfax  Vir.
WINTER: Snow blankets the Fairfax Villa neighbourhood of Fairfax, Vir.
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