Climate change blamed for severe winter storm in Europe

Large parts of Europe have been hit by a freak winter storm, bringing rare snow and plummeting temperatures on much of the continent.

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    Large parts of Europe have been hit by a freak winter storm, bringing rare snow and plummeting temperatures on much of the continent. Some parts of the UK are expected to feel colder than the Arctic Circle throughout the week. Scientists say climate change is a likely cause.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from London.


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