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‘Suspicious’ explosions have led to three gas leaks along the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines in the Baltic sea, leading to greater tensions in Europe.

Accusations of sabotage have been exchanged between Russia and NATO aligned countries with no-one accepting blame for the apparent bombings.

The Gas pipelines have been constructed to be used to supply methane to Western Europe, through Germany, from Russia.

We’re joined by Dr Jürgen Bröhmer, Professor of Law at Murdoch University to discuss who might be at fault.

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