More than 80 dead in European winter weather
A priest walks in snow in Kiev, 21 December
Temperatures in Ukraine are expected to improve by Wednesday
More than 80 people have died across Europe as days of snow storms and sub-zero temperatures swept the continent, causing traffic chaos for millions.
At least 42 people have frozen to death in Poland over the last three days and another 27 in Ukraine.
Another 13 people died in car accidents in Austria, Finland and Germany, where temperatures fell to -33C (-27F).
Air, rail and road transport links were disrupted across northern Europe where more snow was expected in coming days.
Many roads in the south of the UK were gridlocked – there were numerous reports of crashes on motorways and of people abandoning their cars.