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German attorney general launches investigation into Nord Stream blasts



Germany’s attorney general launched an investigation into the explosions that struck the Russian Nord Stream Pipeline Network. This allowed German investigators to gather evidence, a spokesperson stated on Monday (10/10/10).

Germany, Denmark, and Sweden are looking into how the Nord Stream 1 & Nord Stream 2 pipelines ruptured. This emitted gas into the Baltic Sea, just off the coast of Sweden and Denmark in September.

Russia sought to blame the West for the incident, while European countries called the act of sabotage. However, it is not clear who was behind it.

The spokesperson stated that “Yes, we have started an investigation.”

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