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Clouds gather over Nord Stream 2 in Germany after Navalny poisoning

By Abiodun Ogundairo
20 September 2020   |   10:48 am
Chancellor Merkel believes it's "wrong to rule anything out" when it comes to Berlin's reaction to the Navalny poisoning. This could spell trouble for Nord Stream 2, the massive gas pipeline linking Russia and Germany.

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