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Suspects in tainted oil case are employees of Russia's Transneft - Ifax

Reuters | Updated: 11-06-2019 15:18 IST | Created: 11-06-2019 15:15 IST
Suspects in tainted oil case are employees of Russia's Transneft - Ifax
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Russia's Transneft pipeline monopoly said on Tuesday that four new suspects being investigated over major oil contamination earlier this year were employees of its Transneft-Druzhba subsidiary, the Interfax news agency reported.

The four men are being held under house arrest on suspicion of damaging the pipeline, Transneft was cited as saying. Six other suspects were earlier accused over the oil contamination, Interfax reported.



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