9 January 2001 KATOWICE, Poland–It looks like the Skowronski family’s strawberry fields won’t be forever. The family, who lives in the northern Polish village of Wyczalkow, has been fighting the gas company, EuRoPol Gaz–in which Russia’s Gazprom and Poland’s state-owned PGNG each have a 48 percent stake–over an oil pipeline that will run through their […]

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