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Construction on the new Nord Stream 2 pipeline will press on despite the introduction of US sanctions, the group behind the gas pipe project announced on Saturday.
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French fuel protester wearing explosives demands meeting with Macron
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Angela Merkel and Polish counterpart meet amid growing tensions
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Trans Adriatic Pipeline: What's at stake between Italy and US
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Gerhard Schroeder slams EU and US on pipeline project
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EU antitrust regulators have accepted concessions made by Gazprom and
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