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Gas from Russia's Nord Stream 2 pipeline leaks into Baltic Sea

Gas from Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline leaks into Baltic Sea

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BERLIN/COPENHAGEN, September 26 (Reuters) – Danish authorities on Monday asked ships to move away from a radius of five nautical miles off the island of Bornholm after a gas leak overnight from the former Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline drained into the Baltic Sea. . …

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'Path to oblivion': Ukraine's military gains could worsen Russia's economic problems

‘Path to oblivion’: Ukraine’s military gains could worsen Russia’s economic problems

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting of heads of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member states during a summit in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, September 16, 2022. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan | via Reuters Ukraine’s counteroffensive, which has recaptured large swathes of territory occupied by Russia, could deepen Russia’s economic problems as international sanctions continue …

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Russia's isolation from world markets is weakening its economy and will ruin its status as an energy superpower, experts say

Russia’s isolation from world markets is weakening its economy and will ruin its status as an energy superpower, experts say

Russia’s isolation from the west is a disaster for the long-term health of its economy, experts told Insider. Trade isolation limits what Russia can import, making production more expensive. Russia’s situation will also significantly diminish its status as an energy superpower. Loading Something is loading. Russia’s resilience in the face of sanctions surprised experts in …

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Russia's isolation from world markets is weakening its economy and will ruin its status as an energy superpower, experts say

Russia’s isolation from world markets is weakening its economy and will ruin its status as an energy superpower, experts say

REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino Russia’s isolation from the west is a disaster for the long-term health of its economy, experts told Insider. Trade isolation limits what Russia can import, making production more expensive. Russia’s situation will also significantly diminish its status as an energy superpower. Russia’s resilience in the face of sanctions surprised experts in the early …

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Sanctions hamper Russia's ability to make advanced weapons, NATO says

Sanctions hamper Russia’s ability to make advanced weapons, NATO says

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register TALLINN, Sept 16 (Reuters) – Western sanctions are beginning to hurt Russia’s ability to produce advanced weapons for the war in Ukraine, a senior NATO military adviser told Reuters on Friday, although he added that Russian industry could still manufacture “a lot of ammunition”. . The …

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