Weaning off Russian gas, EU turns to other sources that also raise questions 

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European countries have been scrambling to find alternatives to Russian fuel since the start of the war in February. Rebecca Collard reports from Berlin that that means making deals with other countries with problematic reputations in human rights or democratic governance.

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