'Gas to flow' after Moscow deal

The Russian and Ukrainian prime ministers have struck a deal to resume Russian natural gas exports to Europe via Ukraine as soon as Tuesday.

Vladimir Putin and Yulia Tymoshenko reached the agreement after a day of delicate talks in Moscow.

Under the deal, Ukraine will start paying for Russian gas at the much-higher European prices from next year.

The dispute between Moscow and Kiev has disrupted gas supplies to much of Europe for almost two weeks.

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As supplies begin to run out … these little disputes will become a more common occurrence.