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Russia opens ‘international terrorism’ investigation after Nord Stream leaks: prosecutor’s office

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Russia’s security service launched an “international terrorism” investigation after gas leaks were reported on the Nord Stream pipelines from Russia to Europe, the Russian prosecutor’s office said Wednesday.

The FSB opened an investigation into “international terrorism” after “intentional actions were taken to damage gas pipelines near the Bornholm island… causing significant economic damage to the Russian Federation,” the prosecutor’s office said in a statement.


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