Europe Deadly Cold Snap Wears On
A homeless man in France was found frozen to death Sunday, bringing the total number of fatalities in the week-long European Arctic cold snap to 306, the Telegraph reported.
More than half the fatalities have come from Eastern Europe, with 131 dead in Ukraine and 53 in Poland, according to the New York Times.
Temperatures across the continent have plunged to as low as -40C, with snow stretching as far south as North Africa.
Rome has seen its heaviest snowfall in a quarter of a century, ABC News reported.
States of emergency have been declared in Bosnia and Greece.
Hundreds of thousands remain without power, and air transportation is backed up after London's Heathrow airport cancelled half its fights Sunday due to snow.