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Eco warriors silent on Nord Stream

30 September 2022

9:18 PM

30 September 2022

9:18 PM

Suspicious damage to Nord Stream’s two gas pipelines is already being used as a pretext to justify increased escalation over Russia’s invasion and destruction of Ukraine.

Two explosions along the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines, which run between Russia and Germany, were detected in the Baltic Sea. Further leaks have been found on both pipelines, although it’s not clear if these are new explosions or a result of the original incident.

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