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What happens if Russia cuts gas flow?

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April 11, 2014
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The United States has accused Russia of using energy as a "tool of coercion", after President Putin warned European leaders Moscow would cut natural gas supplies to Ukraine if it didn't pay its bills. As Joanna Partridge reports this could have knock-on effects for European countries. Video provided by Reuters


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