Fracking row: Green groups hit back over allegations of Russian infiltration

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Nato secretary-general suggests Russia is supporting anti-fracking protests in a bid to keep Europe hooked on its gas supplies

It may sound like the one of the wilder plots from a John Le Carre novel, but the secretary-general of Nato, former Danish prime minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, is apparently convinced that Russia is secretly...

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