UN Security Council meets to discuss damage to Russian pipeline

Russia and NATO are blaming each other over the blast that caused the Nord Stream pipeline to leak methane gas.
1:15 | 10/01/22

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THE BACK FOOT. >> CERTAINLY IS A PIECE OF IRONY. >>> MEANWHILE, TENSIONS ARE ALSO FLARING THIS MORNING OVER THE APPARENT SABOTAGE OF THE NORDSTREAM PIPELINE. RUSSIA AND NATO NOW POINTING FINGERS. ABC'S REPORTER IS JOINING US FROM LONDON. LLA LLAMA, GOOD MORNING. >> Reporter: RUSSIA IS ACCUSING THE WEST OF SABOTAGING THAT PIPELINE. NORDSTREAM RUNS UNDER THE BALTIC FROM RUSSIA TO GERMANY. RUSSIA HAS MUCH TO GAIN IN EXPANDED GAS TRADE FROM THE DAMAGE TO NORDSTREAM. HE STOPPED SHORT OF BLAMING THE U.S. PRESIDENT BIDEN CALLED THE LEAKS A DELIBERATE ACT OF SABOTAGE. HE WAS PUMPING OUT DISINFORMATION AND LIES, PUTIN. WHOEVER DID IT, DENMARK AND SWEDEN SAY THE LEAKS WERE CAUSED BY SEVERAL HUNDRED KYLOS OF EXPLOSIVE. IT'S DISRUPTING AIR AND SEA TRAVEL. THEY ARE LIKELY TO HAVE WIDE REACHING CONSEQUENCES. NORWEGIAN SCIENTISTS RELEASING THIS SAN HIM IN MAGS. THIS IS JUST THE LATEST CONFLICT BETWEEN RUSSIA AND THE WEST.

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