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Scholz 'calls Putin's bluff' over turbine at centre of gas dispute
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Nord Stream to resume gas flows after 10-day maintenance
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Which EU countries have been cut off from Russian gas?
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German is stepping up its appeal to residents to look for ways of saving energy, after Russia's Gazprom announced significant cuts in natural gas deliveries to the country through a key pipeline.
Russia cuts gas supplies to Finland for 'refusing to pay in roubles'
The cutoff is not expected to have any major immediate effect and there would be no disruption to customers, Finnish authorities said.