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'Dark ships' offer new clues in the Nord Stream mystery

The Daily Digest Logo By Zeleb.es of The Daily Digest | Slide 1 of 24: According to US tech magazine Wired and satellite data monitoring company SpaceKnow, two "dark ships" about 95 to 130 meters long were said to have been in the area where the Nord Stream gas pipeline explosions occurred just days before. The ships are referred to as dark because they are practically invisible.

New clues in the Nord Stream mystery

According to US tech magazine Wired and satellite data monitoring company SpaceKnow, two "dark ships" about 95 to 130 meters long were said to have been in the area where the Nord Stream gas pipeline explosions occurred just days before. The ships are referred to as dark because they are practically invisible.

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