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Russia 'reinforcing failure and repeating mistakes', leading to high death toll, claims UK intelligence

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends Orthodox Easter mass in Moscow on April 24, 2022. Contributor/Getty Images
Russia is "reinforcing failure and repeating mistakes" in Ukraine, UK officials said Monday.
They estimate a high death toll that outstripped the 9-year Soviet-Afghan war in just a few months.
They blamed "a lack of flexibility" from the top.
Russia is suffering a higher death toll because its military leaders "reinforce failure and repeat mistakes", UK intelligence said Monday. Officials did not name who was behind the strategy, but the statement followed reports that...
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