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Daring U.S. pipeline sabotage spawned by lobster boat coal protest

CALGARY, Alberta/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Pipeline sabotage by environmental activists that shook the North American energy industry this week had its roots in a 2013 protest off Massachusetts, when two men in a 32-foot lobster boat blocked a 40,000-ton coal shipment to a power station.
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