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India suffers with wave of cold weather, causing over 90 deaths

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People warm themselves up by a bonfire on a cold morning in the old quarters of Delhi on Dec. 27. Temperature in New Delhi has dipped to 40 degrees Fahrenheit, local media reported.

Kevin Frayer / AP

Indian rickshaw drivers warm themselves around a bonfire on a cold morning in New Delhi, India, Tuesday on Dec. 27. The dipping mercury has pushed the country-wide death toll to more than a hundred as north India continued to reel under biting cold conditions, according to news reports.

Northern India continues to face a wave of cold weather that has already caused the deaths of over 90 people. According to the BBC, most of the deaths have occurred among the homeless and elderly. We previously published a series of photos of the cold weather in New Delhi, taken by AP photographer Kevin Frayer.

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Kevin Frayer / AP

Indian men feed birds on a cold morning in New Delhi, India on Dec. 27. The dipping mercury has pushed the country-wide death toll to more than a hundred as north India continued to reel under biting cold conditions, according to news reports.

Tsering Topgyal / AP

An elderly woman sells newspapers wrapped in a shawl to keep warm on a cold morning in New Delhi, India on Dec. 27. The dipping mercury has pushed the country-wide death toll to more than a hundred as north India continued to reel under biting cold conditions, according to news reports.