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A physical exit point and compressor gas station of the Yamal–Europe gas pipeline in Poland. The 4,107-kilometer Yamal–Europe pipeline provides 40% of the natural gas to Europe, connecting Russia's Yamal Peninsula natural gas fields with Poland and Germany through Belarus.
Sanctions Hurt Europe and Make Russia Rich as Gas Prices Soar
On Thursday, March 3, gas was halted in the Yamal-Europe pipeline stretching from Russia to Germany amidst the Russian invasion of Ukraine. A day later, the pipeline resumed operations.  The stop highlighted problems that arise...
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a joint news conference with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy at the presidential palace on Feb. 1, 2022 in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Britain, Ukraine, Poland Coordinate as Russia Moves to Protect Its Border
The governments of the UK, Poland, and Ukraine have committed to strengthening trilateral cooperation to protect Ukraine’s borders. To protect its own border, Russia has moved artillery, tanks, and 100,000 troops towards its shared border...
TRURO, ENGLAND - APRIL 07: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) gives a thumbs-up to passers by as he walks to visit Ann's Cottage Surf Shop on April 7, 2021 in Truro, England. The Prime Minister visited businesses in Cornwall to see how they are preparing to reopen after the Coronavirus lockdown ahead of Step 2 of the roadmap on Monday 12 April.
Boris Johnson Reopens UK April 12 as Scheduled
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson lifted restrictions on restaurants, pubs, hairdressers and other non-essential retail shops across the United Kingdom on April 12, in line with the scheduled reopening plan set by the government. While...
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will soon be enacting legislation that will send people who vandalize or desecrate statues or memorials to prison for a period of up to ten years and/or fines of up to £2,500.
The UK Announces a 10-Year Sentence for Vandalizing Statues and Memorials
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will soon be enacting legislation that will send people who vandalize or desecrate statues or memorials to prison for a period of up to ten years and/or fines of up...