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Global Politics

Putin issues gas warning

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin warned today that the era of inexpensive natural gas is coming to an end. As one of the world's largest gas producers, Russia is a key player in the energy market.

Business, Finance & Economics

Ghana's new riches

A British company discovered massive oil reserves off Ghana's coast last year. The prospect of greater prosperity has excited many Ghanaians. But others fear the new wealth will bring new problems. The World's Laura Lynch reports.

Global Politics

Europe's natural gas

The flow of Russian natural gas through Ukraine was completely shut off today. Russia and Ukraine accuse each other of interrupting supplies. Meanwhile, gas for heating is in short supply in many European countries, especially in the east. The World's Gerry Hadden brings us the latest developments.

Global Politics

European gas woes

The World's Gerry Hadden reports on the continuing natural gas crisis in Europe. Several nations are facing heating problems because Russia's natural gas supplies to the continent have been shut down over a dispute with Ukraine.

Global Politics

Russia set to resume gas supply

Crucial Russian gas supplies to Europe appear set to resume. That's welcome news for hundreds of thousands of Europeans who've lost heating in their homes. The World's Gerry Hadden has the latest on how the crisis was resolved.

Global Politics

Still shivering as gas dispute continues

Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Nick Thorpe in Budapest, Hungary, where some people are still shivering from a lack of heat. The natural gas dispute between Russia and Ukraine is to blame. The dispute apparently ended today, only to start again. We also hear how people are coping with the cold in Bulgaria and Bosnia.

Global Politics

Russian-Ukraine fuel dispute

The heat is back on in Ukraine. Residents there were without gas for nearly three weeks after Russia turned off the taps to the Ukraine in a dispute over pricing. The World's Gerry Hadden tells us a agreement has now been reached.