Nord Stream pipeline gas leaks: European governments suspect sabotage

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Nord stream pipeline gas leaks: european governments suspect sabotage

Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “Nord Stream pipeline gas leaks: European governments suspect sabotage” – below is their description.

European leaders are calling it an act of sabotage.

Three unprecedented leaks have been detected at different locations on the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines connecting Russia to Germany.

Both pipelines were built to provide Europe with cheap gas from Russia and have been controversial since the start.

Al Jazeera’s @Step Vaessen reports from Lubmin, Germany.

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