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Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for Feb. 19, 2015.

Greece agrees bailout extension with Eurozone

Stock markets rallied after it was announced debt-stricken Greece had agreed to extend its bailout deal with its Eurozone creditors by four months.

[Read more from CNBC]

'Siberian Express' wreaks havoc across eastern, central U.S.

Temperatures hit record lows overnight Thursday and into Friday as the cold snap which originated in the far reaches of Russia sent the mercury plummeting, with New York experiencing its coldest temps since 1950.

[Read more from the Mail Online]

Search for schoolgirls feared to have flown to join ISIS fight

An international search is on for three schoolgirls, aged 15 and 16, who have flown from London to Turkey and are allegedly planning on traveling to an area of ISIS-controlled Syria.

[Read more from NBC News]

Piano falls on final Two and a Half Men episode

The final ever episode of Two and a Half Men was a "deeply weird hour of score-settling, fourth-wall-breaking, hugs-and-tears-denying television," but did Charlie Sheen return?

[Read more – spoiler alert – from Time]

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Vikings place Adam Thielen on COVID-19/reserve list

Thielen is coming off a two-touchdown game against the Cowboys.

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COVID-positive inmate at Oak Park Heights prison dies

He becomes the fourth prison inmate to die from the virus.

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2-ton smoker stolen from Twin Cities chef Thomas Boemer

Boemer is the chef behind restaurants including the popular Revival.

Governor Tim Walz

Walz says relief package is coming for Minnesota small businesses

Walz is prepared to call a special session and pass the package immediately.

Governor Tim Walz

Watch live: Gov. Tim Walz COVID-19 press conference Monday

Walz will be introducing a new app that helps Minnesotans track COVID-19 exposures.

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