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Mar 17, 2022

Vladimir Putin goes on an insane rant targeting 'national traitors' to distract from his crumbling war plans and massive losses with Russian troops in Ukraine. John Iadarola and Francesca Fiorentini break it down on The Damage Report.
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An Astounding Number Of Russian Soldiers Have Already Died In Just Three Weeks Of Fighting In Ukraine -
"While much of the world rallies around Ukraine in the current war with Russia, and the number of innocent citizens who have been forced to flee their homes or prepare to lose their lives, not much has been said about the Russian soldiers who are doing Vladimir Putin’s bidding. Perhaps that’s because more than 7,000 Russian soldiers have so far been killed in just 20 days of fighting—a number which, as The New York Times reports, contradicts the unwavering veneer of strength that Putin regularly attempts to project.
That 7,000-plus number, by the way, is a conservative estimate. To put that number into better context, The New York Times notes that during 36-day Battle of Iwo Jima—one of the bloodiest battles of World War II—just under 7,000 Marines were killed. Similarly, the current Russian soldier death toll is higher than the number of American troops killed over the last 20 years in both the Iran and Afghanistan wars combined."
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