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Russia admits conscripts taking part in Ukraine invasion

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Kremlin admits use of conscripts in invasion of Ukraine. German Catholic bishops alarmed at the war raging in Ukraine. Former US general tells DW that time is on Ukraine's side. Ukraine has banned all wheat exports in an effort to avert catastrophe and feed local populations, while Russian Prime Minister said his country must direct wheat supplies to domestic production.
5 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine

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Russia acknowledges conscripts were part of Ukraine operation, some taken prisoner

- Russia's defence ministry acknowledged on Wednesday that some conscripts were taking part in the conflict with Ukraine after multiple denials by President Vladimir Putin, who said only professional soldiers and officers had been sent in. The ministry said that some of them, serving in supply units, had been taken prisoner by the Ukrainian army. "Unfortunately, we have discovered

5 months ago·United Kingdom
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CNN

Russia admits conscripts have been fighting in Ukraine, despite Putin's previous denials

Russia's Ministry of Defense has confirmed that Russian military conscripts have been involved in the invasion of Ukraine and that some were taken prisoner by Ukrainian forces, just a day after President Vladimir Putin insisted conscripts were not part of the assault.

5 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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The Star Kuala Lumpur

Russia acknowledges conscripts were part of Ukraine operation, some are POWs

(Reuters) -Russia's defence ministry acknowledged on Wednesday that some conscripts were taking part in the conflict with Ukraine after President Vladimir Putin denied this on various occasions, saying only professional soldiers and officers had been sent in. Read full story

5 months ago·Malaysia
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The Telegraph

Russia admits throwing conscripts into battle in Ukraine

Young soldiers pressured to fight, as defence analysts say the is Kremlin finding it difficult to build a force large enough to capture Kyiv

5 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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KVIA

Russia admits conscripts have been fighting in Ukraine, despite Putin's earlier denials

Rocío Muñoz-Ledo (CNN) — The Russian Defense Ministry confirmed that Russian military conscripts were involved in the invasion of Ukraine and that some were taken prisoner by Ukrainian forces, just a day after President Vladimir Putin insisted on that the recruits were not part of the attack. The Ministry admitted that the recruits were "discovered" in Ukraine, but stated that they had already been withdrawn and returned to Russia. Russia-Ukrain…

5 months ago
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KRDO

Russia admits conscripts have been fighting in Ukraine, despite Putin's previous denials

By Sarah Dean and Rob Picheta, CNNRussia’s Ministry of Defense has confirmed that Russian military conscripts have been involved in the invasion of Ukraine and that some were taken prisoner by Ukrainian forces, just a day after President Vladimir Putin insisted conscripts were not part of the assault.The ministry admitted that conscripts were “discovered” in Ukraine but claimed they have already been withdrawn and returned to Russia.“Unfortunate…

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