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Germany probes rail ‘sabotage’ amid Russia tensions

German police were on Sunday (Oct 9) probing an act of "sabotage" on the country's rail infrastructure, with some officials pointing the finger at Russia in the wake of the Nord Stream pipeline explosions.

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