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An investigation is underway after three leaks were identified on two gas pipelines between Russia and Europe. The operator of one of the undersea pipelines – Nord Stream 1 – said there had been "unprecedented" damage.
The size of the Nord Stream pipeline gas leak is huge.— Javier Blas (@JavierBlas) September 27, 2022
According to the Danish armed forces, it measures about 1 kilometer in diameter. The smaller circle in the center is approximately 200 meters wide https://t.co/7FJQNN5hNg
King Charles has revealed his cypher, the logo representing his reign. The monogram, which was personally selected by the sovereign, combines a "C" and an "R" – standing for "King Charles" in Latin.
From EIIR to CIIIR: Buckingham Palace on Monday revealed King Charles III's new royal cypher -- the monogram of his initials that will feature on government buildings, state documents and new post boxes.— AFP News Agency (@AFP) September 26, 2022
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Children and teenagers have been removed from a jungle compound in Mexico after a raid by police on a Jewish religious sect. The Lev Tahor group has been accused of trafficking minors.
At least 76 people have been killed by security forces in Iran amid protests in the city, activists have claimed. The country is said to be experiencing major unrest following the death of a woman in police custody.
Apple has said it has started to manufacture the iPhone 14 in India as part of its efforts to move its supply chains out of China. The US corporation still makes most of its phones in China, however.
Apple will make its latest iPhone 14 in India, the company says, as manufacturers shift production from China amid geopolitical tensions and pandemic restrictions. https://t.co/DfIjPrksrU— ABC News (@ABC) September 27, 2022
In happier news, NASA successfully smashed a probe into an asteroid on Monday. The space agency said the mission was designed to test whether it would be possible to divert an asteroid away from Earth in the event of an emergency.
IMPACT SUCCESS! Watch from #DARTMIssion’s DRACO Camera, as the vending machine-sized spacecraft successfully collides with asteroid Dimorphos, which is the size of a football stadium and poses no threat to Earth. pic.twitter.com/7bXipPkjWD— NASA (@NASA) September 26, 2022