BREAKING: Keystone Pipeline Shut down After Leaking 210,000 Gallons of Oil

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The contentious Keystone Pipeline has been temporarily shut down after a 210,000-gallon oil leak was discovered in South Dakota.

According to local ABC News affiliate KSFY:

“Brian Walsh with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources tells KSFY News they were alerted to the leak at 10:30 a.m. Thursday morning by TransCanada.

“The leak was in the Keystone Pipeline located in an agricultural area in Marshall County. There have been no reports of the oil entering any waterways or water systems at this time.

“Walsh said 5,000 barrels of oil have leaked, and at 42 gallons a barrel, that totals 210,000 gallons of oil.

“The pipeline has been shut off and the leak has…

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Analysis: Consequences of Russia’s Mirror Response to US Witch Hunt Against RT

That should flush out the American NGOs, trolls and shills out of Russian news media. As you’ve pointed out, again Russia comes out the winner as the West shoots itself in the foot with this RT witch hunt.

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BREAKING NEWS:

Two days ago ‘US govt attacked freedom of speech by forcing RT to register as foreign agent’. Till last second Russia tried to resolve the issue peacefully.

Yesterday, in a mirror response, the Russian Duma has passed the new law, which makes every news and media outlet in Russia financed from abroad directly or indirectly a foreign agent. Such foreign agent must register and file financial reports, among other things. The US news agencies with offices in Russia begged US to lay off RT for fear they would be targeted in response. (Russian MPs pass foreign agent bill for media in ‘mirror response’ to US.)

It is important to note, that as always, Russia has waited till last second with the passing of the ‘foreign agent’ law, hoping for some reason and common sense from the US. Not only that, Russian legal system had to be amended…

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