Portraits of homeless people inside an overcrowded shelter set up by the city hall in Bucharest, are seen in this combination picture taken January 31, 2012, as temperatures plunge to minus 16 degrees Celsius (minus 3 degrees Farenheit) overnight. More than 60 people have died in a cold snap across Eastern Europe, authorities said on Tuesday, forcing some countries to call in the army to help secure food and medical supplies and set up emergency shelters for the homeless. The temperature in Ukraine sank to minus 33 degrees Celsius (minus 27 Fahrenheit), the coldest in six years, while eastern Bosnia experienced lows of minus 31 C (minus 24 F) and Poland, Romania and Bulgaria minus 30 C (minus 22 F). Thirteen people have died from the cold in Romania, according to local media. The people pictured are Radu Florian Pavel, 21, Vasile Calin, 27, Bogdan Oprisor Radulescu, 28 (top row, L-R), Ion Iordache, 40, Jean Raducanu, 41, Iuliana Pricop, 54, (middle row, L-R), Nicolae Grozea, 57, George Zaharia, 58, and Ion Decu, 66 (bottom row, L-R).