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U.S. Estimates Russia Has 75,000 Casualties in Ukraine War, Says The New York Times

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The U.S. has estimated that 75,000 Russian troops—half the number Vladimir Putin sent to wage war in Ukraine—have died or been killed.
Published 6 months ago · Kyiv, Ukraine

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Russia casualties top 75,000 as Ukraine 'hits Putin in teeth' & gears up for final blow

MORE than 75,000 Russian soldiers have been killed or wounded in the five months since Vladimir Putin ordered his invasion of Ukraine, members of the US Congress have been told during a classified briefing.

6 months ago·United Kingdom
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‘Half of Russian troops’ sent into Ukraine have been killed or injured

According to US intelligence, casualties have rocketed to more than 75,000 – a loss equivalent to almost the entire British Army

6 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Russian casualties in Ukraine surpass 75,000: U.S. intelligence

The figures are a grim indicator for Russia's military as a push is currently underway by Ukraine to reclaim parts of its occupied southern regions.

6 months ago·United States
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USA: 75,000 dead or injured Russians

That would be an enormous proportion of the Russian armed forces. Foreign Minister Blinken wants to make a phone call with Lavrov soon.

6 months ago·Munich, Germany
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More than 75,000 Russian troops in Ukraine have been killed or injured, US says — one of the highest estimates so far

US officials briefed lawmakers on Russian injuries and deaths in its invasion of Ukraine, CNN and The New York Times reported.

6 months ago·United States
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At least 75,000 Russian soldiers have been killed or injured in fighting during the invasion of Ukraine

The figure was released by members of the U.S. House of Representatives. They pointed out that the Kremlin forces are fatigued

6 months ago·C A B A, Argentina
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