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Third Russian general 'killed in Ukraine' in another blow to Vladimir Putin

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Major General Andrei Kolesnikov is the latest senior Russian officer to die since Vladimir Putin’s troops invaded Ukraine 16 days ago. It comes days after the killings of Maj Gen Vitaly Gerasimov, chief of staff of the 41st Army, and Maj Gen Andrei Sukhovetsky.
5 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine

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The Independent

Third Russian general killed in Ukraine ‘in sign of weakness among Putin’s forces’

Russian president’s troops reportedly hit with significant morale decline in recent days

5 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Daily Express

Putin suffers devastating blow as 'third Russian general killed' in just eight days

VLADIMIR PUTIN has been dealt a savage blow after a third Russian general was killed in Ukraine within eight days, according to reports.

5 months ago·United Kingdom
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Daily Mirror

Third Russian general killed in another blow to Putin as Ukraine fights back

General Andrei Kolesnikov is the third Russian general to die during his country's invasion into Ukraine as the attack continues into its third week

5 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Stuff

Ukraine live: Third Russian general killed, repairs at Chernobyl

Major General Andriy Kolesnikov was commander of the Eastern Military District; meanwhile technicians start repairs to damaged power lines at the decommissioned nuclear power plant.

5 months ago·New Zealand
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Washington Examiner

Third Russian general killed on front lines of Ukraine invasion

A third Russian general has reportedly died on the front lines of the war in Ukraine as Moscow's invasion continues to take a heavy toll up and down the ranks.

5 months ago·Washington, United States
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Metro News

Third Russian general 'killed in Ukraine' in another blow to Vladimir Putin

It means Russia has lost more generals in two weeks than in the entire Syrian civil war.

5 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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