How far is Europe willing to go to wean itself off Russian energy?

The World

European governments are racing to find alternatives to Russian natural gas before the winter. The European Union has already signed energy deals with Azerbaijan, Egypt and Israel. Talks with Qatar, Algeria and Nigeria are also underway. But human rights activists worry that the scramble to replace Russian natural gas will present a whole new set of problems. The World's Europe correspondent Orla Barry reports.

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