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Dangerous winds postpone Olympic events, send visitors packing

Dangerous winds played havoc with the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics on Wednesday, forcing the postponement of two medal events and closing a major area for spectators who were told to stay indoors. The women’s slalom skiing and a women’s biathlon race were both postponed until later in...
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