Slovenia, Serbia struggle with freezing temperature
(MENAFN) Serbia and Slovenia have declared their first wave of freezing temperature that blanked most parts of Europe, leaving many deaths.
People in Slovenia struggled with the coldest morning till now, as temperature are set to be even colder this Tuesday, according to Slovenia's weather agency.
A man reportedly died as he was trying to gather wood in Maribor, nearby Slovenia's border with Austria.
South of the capital, Ljubljana has reported the lowest temperature which reached minus 27 degrees.
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