Russias military losses in Ukraine continue to mou

2022-04-05
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While securing accurate fatality numbers from a war zone is very difficult, evidence is mounting that the Russian military casualty rate in Ukraine is extremely high.

NATO has estimated the number of Russian soldiers killed in Ukraine since the invasion began at between?7,000 and 15s Kenyon Wallace and May Warren,000In an indication of how unprecedente. That higher estimate roughly equals the number of Soviet soldiers killed?in over a decade of fighting in Afghanistan.

According to a report in the New York Times in mid-March, United States intelligence officials said they were confident that up to 7,000 Russians had been killed by that point in the conflict.

The Washington Post reported around the same time that a Russian news website posted a file — and then swiftly took it?down again — claiming that up to?10You see problems (with vaccine administration) everywhere and vaccine hesitancy is only one of them.,000 soldiers had been killed so far in the conflict.

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