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Explosions may have occurred, according to seismologists

The shape of the seismograms does not indicate natural earthquakes, but underwater explosions. Seismic noise that began immediately after the events is also suspicious.

A white patch near Bornholm indicates where gas from a leak in a pipeline reaches the sea surface.

AP

The leaks in the two Nord Stream pipelines discovered in the Baltic Sea on Monday were probably caused by explosions. This is indicated by observations and initial assessments by seismologists. For this reason, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg have already said that the leaks are probably the result of acts of sabotage.

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