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Three inquiries, but no answers to who blew holes in Nord Stream pipelines

By Melissa Eddy

25 Oct 2022 · 5 min read

Editor's Note

Denmark, Germany and Sweden are all trying to find out who sabotaged the Nord Stream pipelines. So far there's been plenty of speculation, but little information, according to the New York Times.

After midnight on a Monday in late September, seismographs in Sweden suddenly picked up a violent disturbance that jolted the floor of the Baltic Sea south of the rocky island of Bornholm, a onetime Viking outpost that is a part of Denmark.

Hours later — at 7 p.m. local time — it happened again: a series of underwater explosions farther off the island’s northeastern coast.

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