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Remote-controlled explosives likely behind Nord Stream leaks - Sky News

2 monthes ago   |   By RT

Mines might have been planted near the pipelines by a boat or underwater drone months or even years ago, sources told the channel
The Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines may have been sabotaged by a remotely detonated underwater explosive device, Sky News reported on Wednesday citing a UK defense source.
The Russian natural gas pipelines might have been breached by mines lowered to the seabed on a long line, or explosives dropped from a boat or planted by an undersea drone, and the bomb may have been placed “ months or even years ago ,” the report says.
The source added that the explosives were...
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The Nord Stream pipelines were likely attacked with remotely-detonated explosives, says UK defense source: report

The Nord Stream pipelines were likely attacked with remotely-detonated explosives, says UK defense source: report

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

The Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines have sprung leaks that are billowing natural gas into the Baltic Sea. Danish Defence Command A UK defense source says the Nord Stream pipelines were likely attacked with remote explosives. The source told Sky News the bombs could have been planted years before the leaks occurred. This comes the same day Western intelligence sources said Russian navy ships were spotted near the leaks. A source within the British defense force said that the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines were likely attacked with remotely-detonated explosives. Speaking to Sky News , the...
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