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  • Writer's pictureBy The Financial District

1,030 Russian Soldiers Die In Donbas Within 24 Hours

Ukraine said on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2023, the last 24 hours were the deadliest of the war so far for Russian troops, as Moscow hurls tens of thousands of freshly mobilized soldiers and mercenaries into relentless winter assaults in the east and 1,030 Russian troops were killed, Max Hunder, Ron Popeski, Nick Starkov and Lidia Kelly reported for Reuters.


Photo Insert: Puzzled Ukrainian officers said Russian troops attack in waves, incurring huge numbers of fatalities.



Late on Feb. 6, the Ukrainian General Staff reported that its forces destroyed 13 Russian military positions, 11 of them temporary bases and two were anti-aircraft positions, Kyiv Independent reported.


The General Staff also reported that Russian troops have regrouped and conducted offensives in five areas. Their efforts were focused near Kupiansk in Kharkiv Oblast and Lyman, Bakhmut, Avdiivka, and Novopavlivka in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk Oblast.



Puzzled Ukrainian officers said Russian troops attack in waves, incurring huge numbers of fatalities.


A drone apparently sent aloft by Ukraine’s Special Forces operating in Russia exploded near Kaluga, a city located 160 kilometers southwest of Moscow, Kaluga Oblast Governor Vladislav Shapsha claimed.


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Russia has lost 132,160 troops in Ukraine since Feb. 24. Russia has also lost 3,231 tanks, 6,415 armored fighting vehicles, 5,104 vehicles and fuel tanks, 2,231 artillery systems, 461 multiple launch rocket systems, 227 air defense systems, 294 airplanes, 284 helicopters, 1,958 drones, and 18 boats, the General Staff reported.





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