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China is struggling to cope with its worst snowfall in decades, with officials warning of future food shortages as winter crops are wrecked.
The government is trying to convince people the situation is under control - praising officials and naming three men who died as "revolutionary martyrs".
But forecasters are warning of more snow and urging people not to travel.
The bad weather has affected millions of Chinese keen to return to their home villages over the New Year holiday.
Dozens are thought to have died as much of the country endures one of its harshest winters for half a century.