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Ukraine War: Heavy casualties in separatist areas Created: 06/22/2022, 09:21 am By: Julius Fastnacht, Sandra Kathe, Tobias Utz, Lukas Zigo, Karolin Schäfer, Isabel Wetzel, Jan-Frederik Wendt, Andreas Apetz, Lucas Maier, Delia Friess Soldiers die every day in the Ukraine war, on both sides: an overview of the losses in the Ukraine war. The number of civilian casualties is increasing: in the Kha

Ukraine War: Heavy casualties in separatist areas

Created: 06/22/2022, 09:21 am

By: Julius Fastnacht, Sandra Kathe, Tobias Utz, Lukas Zigo, Karolin Schäfer, Isabel Wetzel, Jan-Frederik Wendt, Andreas Apetz, Lucas Maier, Delia Friess

Soldiers die every day in the Ukraine war, on both sides: an overview of the losses in the Ukraine war.

  • The number of civilian casualties is increasing:

    in the Kharkov region, 15 people were killed by Russian shelling and 16 were injured.

  • Ukrainian attack on oil platform:

    Ukraine attacks a Russian oil platform - seven people are missing.

  • Russia occupies parts of Ukraine:

    The Ukraine war is raging primarily in the east of the country.

  • This news ticker on the Ukraine conflict depicts the situation surrounding losses in the Ukraine war.

    The parties to the conflict are partly the source of the information.

    Information on the number of victims or the course of the war cannot be directly verified independently.

Update from Wednesday, June 22, 9 a.m.:

The forces of the pro-Russian separatists in the Donetsk region have probably lost around 55 percent of their original strength.

This was reported by the British Ministry of Defense on Wednesday morning.

Figures released by the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic showed that as of June 16, 2,128 service members had been killed in combat and 8,897 militants wounded since the beginning of 2022.

Russia has not published the number of casualties in Ukraine since March 25.

In addition, there are no statements about the heavy losses.

The information cannot be independently verified.

A Russian Army soldier near Mariupol.

(Iconic photo) © Konstantin Mihalchevskiy / Imago Images

+++ 10:20 p.m .:

There were also Russian attacks in the Donetsk region.

According to the region's governor, Pavlo Kyrylenko, one civilian was killed in the shelling in the settlement of Khasiv Yar.

19 people were injured across the region.

In addition, according to the governor, it is currently impossible "to determine the exact number of victims in Mariupol and Volnowacha," said Telegram.

Kyrylenko announced that Russia would be punished for every crime on Ukrainian soil.

Ukraine War: Dead and injured after Russian shelling in Kharkiv region

+++ 8:55 p.m .:

The number of fatalities in the eastern Ukrainian region of Kharkiv has been updated.

Russian attacks killed 15 people and wounded 16, oblast governor Oleh Synyehubov wrote to the Telegram news service.

In addition to four dead and eleven injured in the Kharkiv metropolis, three civilians were killed near the Russian border in Udy and an eight-year-old girl in Besruky near Derhachi.

In Chuhuiv, southeast of Kharkiv, six people died in the evening from Russian shelling and three were injured.

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The United Nations has reported more than 4,500 civilian deaths in Ukraine since the war began in February.

However, like the government in Kyiv, the UN assumes that the number of victims will be far higher.

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+++ 18.15 p.m .:

In the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv in the north-east of the country there are again fatalities.

According to Ukrainian sources, four people were killed and ten others injured in a Russian shelling.

This was announced by Nataliya Popova, adviser to the President of the City Council in Kharkiv.

The region has become the center of heavy fighting since the beginning of the war.

Ukraine war: Heavy losses for Russia - military gives new figures

+++ 3.20 p.m .:

According to his ministry, the Ukrainian Minister of Justice Denys Maljuska has shown pictures of a prepared camp for Russian prisoners of war to Ukrainian television.

"The detainees receive adequate living conditions and medical care," he assured.

In total there are 51 prisons in almost every region.

Maljuska gave no information on the total number of Russian prisoners of war.

According to earlier statements, it should have been around 700.

This cannot be verified independently.

+++ 10.30 a.m .:

The Ukrainian general staff has published new data on Russia’s losses in the Ukraine war.

According to statistics, 34,100 soldiers of the Russian army have been killed since February 24.

Almost 1,500 tanks, more than 200 military aircraft and around 180 helicopters were also destroyed.

The information cannot be independently verified.

There is no statement from the Kremlin.

Update from Tuesday, June 21, 6:45 a.m .:

According to Russian authorities, three people were injured in attacks by Ukrainian forces on three oil platforms off the coast of the Crimean peninsula.

Seven are still missing, Moscow-appointed governor Sergey Aksyonov said on Telegram on Monday.

He had previously given the number of injured on Russian television as five.

According to Askinow, a total of 94 people were brought to safety from the platforms.

The search for the missing will continue.

Ukraine celebrates "great success" against Russia - tanks destroyed

+++ 14:18:

Ukrainian soldiers destroyed a Russian tank and two armored personnel carriers in the Ukraine war.

This is reported by the British daily newspaper.

Aerial footage showed the 81st Airborne Brigade firing long-range weapons at the military vehicles.

According to Ukrainian data, Russia lost 33,800 soldiers, 1,477 tanks, 3,588 armored fighting vehicles, 749 artillery units, 235 multiple rocket launchers, 98 anti-aircraft systems, 216 combat aircraft, 181 helicopters, 601 drones, 130 cruise missiles, 14 warships, 2,527 motor vehicles and tankers, and 55 units of special equipment.

Ukraine ousts Russian forces

+++ 12.12 p.m .:

The Ukrainian army has pushed back Russia’s armed forces from areas in the Kherson region.

This is what Serhiy Khlan, adviser to the Kherson military administration, said on a program on Ukrainian television channel Espreso TV.

Ukrainian soldiers "pushed the occupiers out of the first line of defense," Khlan said.

In addition, the adviser reports on Ukrainian counter-offensives in the vicinity of the enemy ammunition dumps at Sofiyivka.

+++ 8:39 a.m .:

Russia has allegedly lost another ship in its Black Sea fleet.

The tug "Vasily Bech" was damaged by Ukrainian missiles.

"Later it became known that it sank," Odessa military governor Maxym Marchenko said in a video address on Telegram.

The former commander of the “1.

Armored Division" of the US Army Lt.

According to retired General Mark Hertling, this is a far greater success than initially thought.

"It's always a big deal when you get a win like this," Hertling told CNN.

Moreover, Ukraine does not have a navy, they defend their shores, he stressed.

"Personally, I think it's a big deal, just like all the other successes that might have been considered small.

That's a big deal, especially considering they're getting more anti-ship weapons delivered," Hertling said.

Ukraine war: Kyiv launches counterattacks - Russia threatens resistance with the death penalty

+++ Update from Monday, June 20, 6:30 a.m.:

The Ukrainian military reported killing 14 Russian soldiers on the night of July 19.

In addition, its four Russian artillery tractors and one artillery tank.

The southern command of the Ukrainian forces also reported destroying a Russian tank, two military vehicles and a 152mm howitzer.

+++ 3:19 p.m .:

According to the General Staff on Facebook, the Ukrainian military successfully attacked a Russian military depot.

As shown in a short video, several Russian grenade launchers were destroyed at an unknown location.

An artillery brigade was responsible for the destruction of the weapon systems.

Ukraine News: Kyiv launches counterattacks on Russia

+++ Update from Sunday, June 19, 6:42 a.m .:

In a series of counterattacks on Russia, the Ukrainian troops seem to be inflicting serious losses on the enemy.

According to the Ukrainian military leadership, at least 87 soldiers from Russia were killed.

In addition, several tanks, artillery systems and mobile radar stations were destroyed.

The air defense also managed to shoot down an armed drone.

From the Russian side there was no information about losses in the Ukraine war.

+++ 10.30 a.m .:

According to the General Staff of Ukraine, the number of Russian losses in the Ukraine war remains high.

More than 33,350 soldiers are said to have been killed.

200 in the last 24 hours alone.

There are also 1,465 tanks (nine more than the previous day) and at least one ship belonging to the Kremlin's Black Sea Fleet.

Ukraine-News: Russia suffers high losses - ship sunk off Odessa

Update from Saturday, June 18, 6:50 a.m .:

According to their own statements, the Ukrainian defenders have succeeded in sinking a Russian Navy ship in the Black Sea.

The ship is said to be the tug called "Vasily Bekh".

This was announced by Maksym Marchenko, commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian armed forces in Odessa, according to the Ukrainska Pravda news portal.

Heavy losses for Russia in the Ukraine war: New soldiers and tanks wanted

+++ 8:26 p.m .:

New recordings published by pro-Russian military are said to show separatists from the Luhansk People’s Republic fighting Ukrainian forces.

As the US magazine Newsweek reported, the militia claims to have inflicted casualties on the Ukrainian troops.

Heavy losses for Russia in the Ukraine war: New soldiers and tanks wanted

+++ 3.45 p.m .:

Russia probably wants to further lower the thresholds for recruiting new soldiers.

Among other things, the criteria for health and crime statistics are to be softened.

Update from Wednesday, June 15, 9:15 a.m .:

Ukrainian troops apparently shot down a Russian attack helicopter from the Russian army on Monday (June 13).

According to a report by Ukrainska Pravda, this happened in the Kharkiv region.

According to the report, the helicopter crashed near the settlements of Dovhenke and Sulyhivka.

The information relating to information from the 93rd Ukrainian Brigade cannot be independently verified.

War in Ukraine: Ukrainian side reports heavy Russian losses

+++ 2.30 p.m .:

Serhiy Hajdaj, governor of the Luhansk region, reported on Friday (June 10) that the Russian military was suffering heavy losses every day.

"The Russians have significantly more casualties than the Ukrainians," said Hajdaj. "They are dying like flies." However, he said he could not provide any information on Ukrainian losses.

He was addressing the very sparse data on Ukrainian losses.

However, Ukraine's Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov recently gave an insight: "Every day up to 100 of our soldiers are killed and up to 500 wounded." President Volodymyr Zelenskyy also confirmed this: "Every day we lose 60 to 100 fallen soldiers and about 500 Wounded."

Ukraine War: Ukraine suffers heavy losses in battle for Sviatohirsk

+++ 9:00 a.m .:

Russia reported heavy losses in the Ukrainian army on Wednesday (June 8).

Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said Ukraine lost more than 300 fighters within three days in fighting around the city of Sviatohirsk alone.

In addition, 15 combat vehicles and 36 weapon systems were destroyed.

The information cannot be independently verified

Ukraine-News: Heavy losses for Russia - soldiers complain about heat, equipment and morale

First report from Wednesday, June 8:

Kiev – There has been a war in Ukraine for more than 100 days.

It is believed that there will be heavy losses on both the Russian and Ukrainian sides.

While data on Russia's army is regularly released, data on Ukraine's military is very poor.

According to the Ukrainian General Staff, more than 31,800 soldiers have fallen on the Russian side.

NATO and the British secret service, however, speak of around 20,000 dead armed forces.

Military casualties appear to be mounting, particularly as a result of the slowed-down offensive in the Donbass.

Recently, a military insider lamented the "miserable" conditions in the army.

This has now been confirmed by several videos of soldiers speaking of poor conditions in the Ukraine war.

"Our people have endured hunger and cold," the Guardian quoted a soldier from the 113th regiment stationed around Donetsk as saying from one of the videos.

"For a long period of time we were without any material, medical or catering support."

Ukraine-News: Heavy losses for Russia - "It's exhausting"

"Given our constant presence and the fact that our staff includes people with chronic medical conditions and mental health problems, many questions arise that are ignored by higher positions at headquarters." Another soldier laments the staffing of the headquarters, according to the report Troops: "It's exhausting, my whole unit wants a break, but our leadership has said they can't replace us at the moment."

This is confirmed by an analysis on the platform "War on the Rocks".

"The Russian military is well suited to short, high-intensity campaigns characterized by heavy use of artillery," analyze Michael Kofman and Rob Lee in the latest report.

“By contrast, it is ill-equipped for a permanent occupation or a grueling war of attrition that would require a large proportion of Russia's ground forces - and that is precisely the conflict it finds itself in.

The Russian military is not in a position to easily adjust or rotate its armed forces when a significant part of its combat capability is tied up in a war.” President Vladimir Putin recently proclaimed the aforementioned “war of attrition” as a goal.

Ukraine-News: Heavy casualties in the war - heat becomes a problem

Aside from poor equipment and heavy losses in the Ukraine conflict, the expected heat in the summer months could become a problem for the Ukrainian and Russian armies.

"We're sitting here without water.

It's been very hot lately.

Now the heat is added and the boys are still in shock.

Morally depressed,” the US news portal Daily Beast quoted a Russian soldier as saying.

In addition, there is the equipment that was designed for the winter months.

This is unsuitable for rising temperatures, according to the soldier.

According to the report, it was not possible to finally clarify where exactly the Russian soldier is stationed.

However, among other things, he mentioned the low morale among the Russian armed forces.

Time and again it is made public that soldiers are refusing them to continue fighting in the Ukraine war.

(tu/juf/lm/df/iwe/aa with dpa/AFP)

Source: merkur

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