Moscow experienced its heaviest day of snowfall since records began, the city's mayor said. The snowfall downed power lines in the Moscow region, interrupting electricity for more than 5,000 people.
Though Riyadh's price war may be aimed at Moscow, it is likely to inflict greater pain on the kingdom and its OPEC allies. DW looks at how likely the global oil producers, including the US, are to weather this crisis.
Thousands more people were stranded after snow blocked roads across the region. Some airports also cancelled all flights.
Snow, ice and heavy rain have caused power outages to tens of thousands of homes. Authorities urged people to stay off the roads after a motorist was killed by a falling tree.
For now, the ceasefire negotiated by Turkey and Russia in Idlib is holding. A young Syrian woman tells DW what the situation has been like in recent weeks and how daily life has changed.
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