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Students in Shimla face troubles due to snow in school campus

Shimla, Feb 17 (ANI): Students and teachers faced difficulties as schools in Himachal Pradesh were covered with snow. Schools in Narkanda town in Shimla city received heavy snowfall, blanketing schools in the region. Due to this, students are unable to study inside their classes because of intense cold condition as there is no facility of heater made by the school authorities. The mid-day meal workers were also facing problems making food as there was no water in the taps. Some workers were also melting snow for cooking purposes. Most of the schools in the town re-open in the month of February. The temperature has dropped in the area due to the melting of snow. The temperature was recorded at 5 degree Celsius. Feb 17, 2015
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A torch-lit memorial after gunman attacks Copenhagen

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Tens of thousands of Danes gathered at torch-lit memorials around the country on Monday (February 16), commemorating victims of deadly attacks on a synagogue Feb 17, 2015
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Few signs of peace in Debaltseve

Few signs of a ceasefire in Debaltseve. The Ukrainian held town has been at the center of the battle for control in Ukraine. On the outskirts of town these separatists fighters are holding their Feb 17, 2015
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Back to school in Liberia

For the first time in six month schoolchildren line up in Liberia as they prepare to head back into the classroom. There are new procedures after the Ebola outbreak. Students line up so they aren't Feb 17, 2015
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Boko Haram suspects held inC as hundreds flee fight

Niger's second city of Zinder continues to see hundreds of people displaced by fighting. According to local authorities, among those fleeing the Diffa region where the army is taking on Boko Haram are a number of group's militants. Feb 17, 2015
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Lance Armstrong loses $10 Million Lawsuit

Lance Armstrong has been ordered to pay back $10 million he received in bonus money from a sponsor. An arbitrator ruled against the disgraced cyclist over bonuses that a Dallas-based sports insurance Feb 17, 2015
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Greek debt talks break down

No-one was expecting an early breakthrough. But the collapse of talks in Brussels with euro zone finance ministers so soon after they started disappointed even the more pessimistic. The EU had Feb 17, 2015
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Tombs desecrated at Jewish cemetery in France

Tombs desecrated at Jewish cemetery in France Fears mount as tombs are damaged at a Jewish cemetery in France. It happened near the northeastern city of Strasbourg -- and authorities say five Feb 17, 2015
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"Their blood will not be wasted"- mourner in Egypt

Mourners head to church in this small Egyptian village for a funeral service. It is a time of deep grief and mourning for the 21 Coptic Christians beheaded in Libya by Islamic State. Many look to Feb 17, 2015
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DSK trial enters third and final week

The trial of ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn enters its third and final week in the northern French city of Lille, where the 65 year old is charged alongside 13 others for 'aggravated pimping'. Feb 17, 2015