Sweden says it's closing an investigation into the underwater explosions that damaged the Nord Stream pipelines a year and a half ago. They were built to carry Russian natural gas under the Baltic Sea to Germany. Sweden's investigation focused on whether its citizens were involved, or whether Sweden somehow was used as a staging area to carry out the blasts. Hosts Marco Werman and Carolyn Beeler have more.
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