Kan Ka-leung used a cleaver to hack to death his mother and younger sister, later telling an ambulance officer that fewer people in the world would be more environmentally-friendly, the South China Morning Post reported.
BELGRADE, Serbia — At least 11,000 villagers have been trapped by heavy snow and blizzards in Serbia's mountains, authorities announced Thursday, as the death toll from Eastern Europe's weeklong deep freeze rose to 114.
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“Manneken Pis”, a bronze sculpture of a little boy peeing into a fountain, has stopped his daily routine due to Siberian frosts that have reached the Belgian capital.
City authorities fear that freezing water could damage the ‘inner mechanisms’ of one of the best-loved symbols of Brussels.
Last night was the coldest February 2 night in Latvia's history: temperature in Zoseni (northeastern Latvia)
reduced to minus 30.7 degrees Celsius, Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Center informed LETA.
The previous February 2 record was registered in 1976, when the reading was at minus 26 degrees in Northern Vidzeme.