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Hanoi residents struggle against freezing temperatures (photos)

Wednesday, January 10, 2018, 15:50 GMT+7
A woman wears jackets and woolen scarves amidst the cold air.
A woman wears jackets and woolen scarves amidst the cold air.
A woman wraps her head and torso with a scarf to keep warm.
A woman wraps her head and torso with a scarf to keep warm.
An elderly woman curls up on a bench alongside Ho Guom (Sword Lake) in Hanoi on January 9, 2018. Photo: Tuoi Tre
An elderly woman curls up on a bench alongside Ho Guom (Sword Lake) in Hanoi on January 9, 2018. Photo: Tuoi Tre
A woman walks her two children to school.
A woman walks her two children to school.
Security guards start a bonfire to warm up.
Security guards start a bonfire to warm up.
Senior citizens sit by the Sword Lake.
Senior citizens sit by the Sword Lake.
An elderly woman puts on a rain poncho.
An elderly woman puts on a rain poncho.
A group of motorbike taxi drivers sit by a bonfire on Kim Ma Street.
A group of motorbike taxi drivers sit by a bonfire on Kim Ma Street.
People endure the cold as they wait for a bus.
People endure the cold as they wait for a bus.
Young children are dressed in warm outfits.
Young children are dressed in warm outfits.
A homeless person sleeps on a bench on a sidewalk.
A homeless person sleeps on a bench on a sidewalk.
Commuters put on warm clothes to protect themselves against the chilly weather.
Commuters put on warm clothes to protect themselves against the chilly weather.

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