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Nord Stream sabotage revelations: Who's really behind Russian gas pipeline explosions?


Who did sabotage the Nord Stream pipelines? Without much proof to go on, pundits could only root for the version that would suit their cause. But German investigators have now revealed they have found traces of explosives aboard a yacht that may have carried the charge that last September knocked out the undersea conduit that supplies Russian gas to Europe via the Baltic Sea.

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