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{{newsitem| North Korean nuclear test|12 Feb 2013| North Korea's nuclear test prompted united condemnation and a vow of tough action from the U.N. Security Council. [[South Korea]]n Foreign Minister Kim Sung-hwan, repeating a statement to reporters outside council chambers, said the test violated council resolutions, and "there continues to exist a clear threat to international peace and security." The test probably took place near P'unggye and yielded "several kilotons," according to assessments cited by the U.S. director of national intelligence. It drew condemnation from around the globe and prompted the emergency Security Council session. [http://www.cnn.com/2013/02/11/world/asia/north-korea-seismic-disturbance/index.html]}}
 
{{newsitem| Snow storms in the US |8 Feb 2013|[[New York]], [[New Jersey]], [[Rhode Island]], [[Connecticut]], [[Massachusetts]] and other parts of [[New England]] were hunkered down for blinding snowstorms, heavy winds, power outages and more than two feet of the white stuff in some regions. The National Weather Service issued blizzard warnings for the New York City metro area, Connecticut and Rhode Island, eastern Massachusetts and coastal sections of New Hampshire and Maine. Some parts of New England should see the heaviest snow, while some coastal areas could be lashed by hurricane-force winds of nearly 75 mph. As part of a new effort to name winter storms, the Weather Channel dubbed the blizzard "Nemo." More than 4,500 flights in the region had been canceled. [http://www.usatoday.com/story/weather/2013/02/08/northeast-new-england-blizzard/1900077/]}}
 
{{newsitem| Snow storms in the US |8 Feb 2013|[[New York]], [[New Jersey]], [[Rhode Island]], [[Connecticut]], [[Massachusetts]] and other parts of [[New England]] were hunkered down for blinding snowstorms, heavy winds, power outages and more than two feet of the white stuff in some regions. The National Weather Service issued blizzard warnings for the New York City metro area, Connecticut and Rhode Island, eastern Massachusetts and coastal sections of New Hampshire and Maine. Some parts of New England should see the heaviest snow, while some coastal areas could be lashed by hurricane-force winds of nearly 75 mph. As part of a new effort to name winter storms, the Weather Channel dubbed the blizzard "Nemo." More than 4,500 flights in the region had been canceled. [http://www.usatoday.com/story/weather/2013/02/08/northeast-new-england-blizzard/1900077/]}}
 
{{newsitem| The snowiest winter in Moscow in 100 years|8 Feb 2013|Recent heavy snow has produced major traffic jams in the capital of [[Russia]]. The traffic stopped in queues up to 20 km long. The weather caused bad visibility and icy roads. The airport services were affected, when the authorities had to divert even the prime minister Dmitry Medvedev's plane. The record amount of this winter's snow was confirmed by the Moscow city hall officer Pyotr Biryukov. He said more than two meters of snow have fallen from sky on Moscow since the beginning of the winter. [http://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Moscow_experiences_the_snowiest_winter_in_100_years]}}
 
{{newsitem| The snowiest winter in Moscow in 100 years|8 Feb 2013|Recent heavy snow has produced major traffic jams in the capital of [[Russia]]. The traffic stopped in queues up to 20 km long. The weather caused bad visibility and icy roads. The airport services were affected, when the authorities had to divert even the prime minister Dmitry Medvedev's plane. The record amount of this winter's snow was confirmed by the Moscow city hall officer Pyotr Biryukov. He said more than two meters of snow have fallen from sky on Moscow since the beginning of the winter. [http://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Moscow_experiences_the_snowiest_winter_in_100_years]}}

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