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U.S. intelligence estimates that 7,000 Russian soldiers have died in Ukraine

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U.S. intelligence estimates that 7,000 Russian soldiers have died in Ukraine

U.S. intelligence estimates that 7,000 Russian soldiers have been killed since Russia began its invasion of Ukraine on February 24, the New York Times reported.

“If the estimate of U.S. intelligence is correct, the Russian military has lost more troops in Iraq than it has lost in Afghanistan in 20 years,” the report said.

U.S. officials noted that the number of troop casualties was staggering and that the casualties were only achieved in three weeks of the war.

More than 150,000 Russian troops are participating in Ukraine today, with between 14,000 and 21,000 wounded in the war so far, with military casualties expected to increase further.

According to Ukrainian, Russian and NATO officials, the Russian military lost at least three generals in the war.

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