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    Russia-Ukraine Standoff Prompts Energy Fears in Europei
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    March 05, 2014 3:40 AM
    Gas prices have risen in Europe over fears the standoff between Russia and Ukraine could result in disruptions to supply -- and possibly undermine the continent’s economic recovery. But as Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from London, it’s not the first time such a dispute has hit Europe’s energy supplies -- and this time officials say they’re now better-prepared.

    Russia-Ukraine Standoff Prompts Energy Fears in Europe

    Published March 04, 2014

    Gas prices have risen in Europe over fears the standoff between Russia and Ukraine could result in disruptions to supply -- and possibly undermine the continent’s economic recovery. But as Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from London, it’s not the first time such a dispute has hit Europe’s energy supplies -- and this time officials say they’re now better-prepared.


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