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Polar Bears Invade Remote Arctic Russian Town

WorldNews Monday, 11 February 2019 ()
Polar Bears Invade Remote Arctic Russian TownAn invasion of about 50 polar bears has caused an "emergency situation" in the small Russian settlement of Belushya Guba, according to the TASS news agency, USA Today reports. The town is located on the Novaya Zemlya archipelago in the Arctic Ocean, about 1,200 miles northeast of Moscow. "The people are scared," Alexander Minayev, the deputy head of Novaya Zemlya, said in a statement."They are frightened to leave homes and their daily routines are broken. Parents are afraid to let the children go to school or kindergarten." – Alexander Minayev The bears arrived in December and have acted aggressively since then, attacking people and entering residences and businesses. "I have been in Novaya...
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News video: Pack of dogs chase away polar bears in northern Russia

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This is the moment polar bears invaded a remote Arctic region of Russia - only to be chased away by a pack of dogs.

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