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Gazprom Nord Stream 1 maintenance, Kremlin says shutdown is regular event

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Russia Halts Supply of Natural Gas, Worsening EU Energy Crisis [Video]

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Russia Halts Supply , of Natural Gas, Worsening, EU Energy Crisis. 'Newsweek' reports that vital gas supplies to western Europe via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline have been halted by Russian state-owned firm Gazprom. According to the Russian energy giant, maintenance work would require the flow of natural gas to Germany to be halted from Aug. 31 to Sept. 3. According to the Russian energy giant, maintenance work would require the flow of natural gas to Germany to be halted from Aug. 31 to Sept. 3. Germany has accused Russia of driving up prices in an attempt to shake the European Union's resolve regarding sanctions imposed in response to the invasion of Ukraine. Germany has accused Russia of driving up prices in an attempt to shake the European Union's resolve regarding sanctions imposed in response to the invasion of Ukraine. The Nord Stream 1 is a 745-mile pipeline that carries gas under the Baltic Sea from the Russian coast to northeastern Germany. Two weeks ago, Russia claims to have warned Germany about the outage, but officials in Berlin say they were never formally informed about the scheduled maintenance. In July, the Nord Stream 1 was shut down for 10 days, another outage that Russia attributed to necessary repairs. The outages have stoked fears among EU leaders that Russia could cut off supplies during the peak winter months. The ongoing energy crunch has triggered a surge in wholesale gas prices and increased the burden faced by consumers and businesses in the EU. The ongoing energy crunch has triggered a surge in wholesale gas prices and increased the burden faced by consumers and businesses in the EU. Earlier this week, Gazprom said it would also halt gas deliveries to French contractor Engie due to a payment dispute. In response, Agnes Pannier-Runacher, France's Energy Transition Minister, accused Russia of , "using gas as a weapon of war.". In response, Agnes Pannier-Runacher, France's Energy Transition Minister, accused Russia of , "using gas as a weapon of war."

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Russia's Gazprom halts pipeline gas flow in new jitters for Europe [Video]

Russia's Gazprom halts pipeline gas flow in new jitters for Europe

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Russia is using gas as 'weapon of war,' says French ecology minister, as Gazprom suspends delivery [Video]

Russia is using gas as 'weapon of war,' says French ecology minister, as Gazprom suspends delivery

European governments are trying to coordinate a response to soaring energy costs for businesses and households and to fill storage facilities ahead of peak demand in the winter.

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Explained: What is Gazprom and what makes it so powerful? [Video]

Explained: What is Gazprom and what makes it so powerful?

The energy giant has an exclusive monopoly to export Russian pipeline gas.

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Germany Takes Control of Russian-Owned Rosneft Refinery [Video]

Germany Takes Control of Russian-Owned Rosneft Refinery

Germany Takes Control , of Russian-Owned , Rosneft Refinery. On September 16, Germany took control of a major Russian-owned oil refinery, raising concerns of retaliation from Moscow. . Reuters reports that Berlin is looking to shore up energy supplies and reach its European Union goal of eliminating Russian oil imports by the end of 2022. Reuters reports that Berlin is looking to shore up energy supplies and reach its European Union goal of eliminating Russian oil imports by the end of 2022. According to Germany's economy minister, a unit of Russian oil firm Rosneft will be put under the trusteeship of the industry regulator. According to Germany's economy minister, a unit of Russian oil firm Rosneft will be put under the trusteeship of the industry regulator. Rosneft's Schwedt refinery, which supplies 90% of Berlin's fuel, will be taken over by Germany. This is a far-reaching energy policy decision to protect our country, Olaf Scholz, German Chancellor, via Reuters. According to Chancellor Olaf Scholz, the Schwedt refinery would be placed under the control of the Federal Network Agency regulator. Russia, we have known for some time, is no longer a reliable energy supplier. We did not take this decision lightly, but it was unavoidable, Olaf Scholz, German Chancellor, via Reuters. Reuters reports that EU nations have been racing to prop up their power providers and secure fuel deliveries. Moscow has retaliated for far-reaching sanctions by reducing gas flows and has threatened to shut off all access. The actions by Russia have sent the price of gas soaring and raised the prospect of energy rationing throughout Europe this winter. The actions by Russia have sent the price of gas soaring and raised the prospect of energy rationing throughout Europe this winter. Europe has been grappling with threats from Russia to halt the flow of gas through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline, which supplies most of the gas that powers Europe's biggest economy. Europe has been grappling with threats from Russia to halt the flow of gas through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline, which supplies most of the gas that powers Europe's biggest economy

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Russia to shut down Nord Stream gas pipeline to Europe 'completely' [Video]

Russia to shut down Nord Stream gas pipeline to Europe 'completely'

Gas giant Gaprom has blamed a series of technical troubles for delays in getting the pipeline operating at full capacity.

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'Mariupol is Ukraine': residents react to 'fake' referendum [Video]

'Mariupol is Ukraine': residents react to 'fake' referendum

Residents who were forced to flee the Ukrainian city of Mariupol have gathered in the capital Kyiv, as their hometown holds a Kremlin-organised referendum on whether it should become part of Russia. Reacting to the vote, one man said: "It's fake, nobody will believe somebody in Mariupol would really want to live in Russian Federation," while a woman simply stated "Mariupol is Ukraine". Report by Buseld. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Ukrainians react to referendums in Russian-held areas [Video]

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Ukraine war: Prisoner swap, Kremlin denies Russians are fleeing and Poland hands out iodine pills [Video]

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'Referendums' on Joining Russia Under Way in Moscow-Held Regions of Ukraine [Video]

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'Referendums' on Joining Russia Under Way , in Moscow-Held Regions of Ukraine. AP reports that on Sept. 23, Moscow-occupied areas of Ukraine began voting on referendums imposed by the Kremlin to become part of Russia. . AP reports that on Sept. 23, Moscow-occupied areas of Ukraine began voting on referendums imposed by the Kremlin to become part of Russia. . Those areas are Luhansk, Kherson and parts of Zaporizhzhia and Donetsk. . Those areas are Luhansk, Kherson and parts of Zaporizhzhia and Donetsk. . Those areas are Luhansk, Kherson and parts of Zaporizhzhia and Donetsk. . Ukraine and the West have denounced the referendums as "shams" that hold no legal weight. Voting will last through Sept. 27. AP reports that the vote is likely to go Russia's way. If it does, that would allow Russia to claim that Ukrainian forces' attempts to fight back are attacks on Russia itself. The votes come days after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial military mobilization to draft more soldiers for his cause. . Vyacheslav Volodin, speaker of the State Duma, told the occupied regions, "If you decide to become part of the Russian Federation — we will support you.". Valentina Matviyenko, chair of the Federation Council, said those regions are voting for "life or death."

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Russia’s main opposition leader spoke out during a court hearing on Wednesday.

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