Pipeline leaks caused by "several hundred kilos" of explosives

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The four leaks affecting the Nord Stream gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea were caused by underwater explosions corresponding to hundreds of kilogrammes of explosives, a Danish-Swedish report said Friday.
Published 2 months ago · Stockholm, Sweden

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Nord Stream blasts equal to several hundred kilos of TNT: Report

"The magnitude of the explosions was measured at 2.3 and 2.1 on the Richter Scale, respectively, probably corresponding to an explosive load of several hundred kilos," the two countries said in a joint report to the UN Security Council.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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Nord Stream: Huge Blasts Preceded Methane Pipeline Leaks in Baltic Sea, Says Report

Norwegian researchers published a map Friday projecting a huge plume of methane released by the damaged Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines will travel over large swaths of the Nordic region

2 months ago·India
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Gas pipeline leaks in Baltic Sea preceded by huge blasts, Denmark and Sweden say

The explosions that rocked natural gas pipelines under the Baltic Sea ahead of huge methane leaks "probably corresponded to an explosive load of several hundred kilos," Denmark and Sweden wrote Friday in a letter to the United Nations.

2 months ago·Canada
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Denmark and Sweden tell UN that Nord Stream leaks due to blast are equal to 'several hundred kilos' of explosives

Denmark and Sweden tell UN that Nord Stream leaks due to blast are equal to 'several hundred kilos' of explosives

2 months ago·United States
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Sweden, Denmark say Nord Stream leaks caused by ‘several hundred kilos of explosives’

Gas leaks on Nord Stream pipelines are caused by blasts equal to ‘several hundred kilos of explosives,’ joint letter says - Anadolu Agency

2 months ago·Turkey
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Nord Stream leaks from blasts equal to ‘several hundred kilos’ of TNT: Report

The four leaks affecting the Nord Stream gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea were caused by underwater explosions corresponding to hundreds of kilograms of

2 months ago·Saudi Arabia
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