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Heavy casualties: Ukraine apparently destroys Wagner Group base


Russia records heavy losses in the Ukraine war. The Ukrainian General Staff calls new figures: the news ticker.

Russia records heavy losses in the Ukraine war.

The Ukrainian General Staff calls new figures: the news ticker.

  • More than five months after invading Ukraine, Russian forces are battling heavy casualties.

  • Russia draws up plans to compensate for losses in the Ukraine war.

  • Editor

     's note: Some of the information on the Ukraine conflict comes from warring factions and cannot be directly checked independently.

+++ 10 p.m.:

The Ukrainian army has now confirmed an attack on a base of the Russian mercenary force Wagner in eastern Ukraine (see update from 7 p.m.).

The base of the Wagner group was destroyed in the process, said the governor of the Luhansk region, Serhiy Hajday.

+++ 7:00 p.m .:

The Ukrainian military has reportedly attacked a base of the Russian armed forces with Himar rocket launchers.

According to Ukrainian media outlet Hromadske, Russian Telegram channels have shared photos of the aftermath of an attack on a base in Popasna, in the eastern Luhansk region.

The photos show the recovery of injured or dead soldiers from the rubble and the destruction of the building.

The official number of injured and dead has not been confirmed.

The base is said to be a base for the Wagner paramilitary group, which is fighting for Russia in Ukraine.


The logo of the Russian paramilitary organization Wagner Group.

© IMAGO/imageBROKER/Siegra Asmoel

Heavy Losses - Russia Allegedly Kills 100 "Mercenaries"

+++ 2.45 p.m .:

According to the Russian military, 100 “foreign mercenaries” in the Kharkiv region have been killed in the last 24 hours.

In addition, 50 others were injured, said Igor Konashenkov, spokesman for the Ministry of Defense in Moscow.

This does not correspond to the statements made by the governor of the Kharkiv region, Oleh Synyehubov: he spoke of Russian rocket attacks on civilian buildings and industrial sites.

He gave no information about possible victims.

None of the above information is independently verifiable,

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+++ 11.45 a.m .:

The Ukrainian Air Force has apparently shot down a military helicopter belonging to the Russian armed forces in the Donetsk region.

According to the General Staff, it was a "Ka-42" helicopter, also known as the "Alligator".

Recently, reports have accumulated that Ukraine has shot down such helicopters.

This information cannot be independently verified.

Update from Monday, August 15, 9:30 a.m.:

The military of Ukraine publishes daily statistics on the losses of the Russian army.

The data relates to the casualties in personnel and material since the invasion began at the end of February.

According to this, more than 43,700 armed forces have already fallen.

In addition, more than 195 helicopters and 1870 tanks were destroyed.

A compact overview

of the data reported

by the news portals

Kyiv Independent


Nexta :

  • Soldiers: 


  • Aircraft:


  • Helicopters:


  • Tanks:


  • Armored Fighting Vehicles:


  • Artillery systems:


  • Air defense systems: 


  • Multiple rocket launcher systems:


  • Cars and other vehicles:


  • Ships:


  • Unmanned Combat Drones:


  • As of Monday 15 August 2022

  • The information on Russia's losses in the Ukraine war comes from the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense.

    They cannot be independently verified.

    The Kremlin itself gives very little information about its own losses.

+++ 1.30 p.m .:

According to its own statements, Ukraine has so far destroyed two Russian helicopters over the weekend.

The military leadership reported that on August 13 and 14, two Russian Ka-52 Alligator all-weather attack helicopters were disabled.

Update from Sunday, August 14, 7:55 a.m .:

According to the Ukrainian military, 20 percent of Russian troops have been disabled since the beginning of the war.

"One-fifth of the units of the Russian armed forces involved in the invasion of Ukraine were destroyed," Ukrainian Commander-in-Chief Valeriy Zalushnyy said in a statement tweeted by Ukraine's Defense Ministry.

Heavy losses for Russia: 43,400 soldiers apparently killed

Update from Saturday, August 13, 12:00 p.m .:

The Ukrainian military has shot down a Russian Su-25 fighter jet and destroyed four Russian Orlan-10 drones in the past 24 hours.

This is reported by the

Kyiv Independent


According to the Ukrainian General Staff, Russia has lost 233 planes and 779 drones since the invasion began on February 24 (see 9:00 a.m. update).

Heavy losses for Russia: military "weakened"

+++ 11.30 a.m .:

According to the British Ministry of Defence, the heavy explosions at a Russian military base in Crimea are affecting the operational capability of the Black Sea Fleet.

Citing intelligence information, the ministry said eight fighter jets were badly damaged or destroyed.

The assessment is explosive that the Russian army uses the base as a supply route for the troops in southern Ukraine.

However, the Luftwaffe is "considerably weakened" after the recent losses.

The causes of the explosions at the base are still unclear.

Ukraine has not yet made a clear statement on this.

Update from Friday, August 12, 6 a.m.:

Ukraine attacked a Russian fortress and an ammunition depot.

As the news portal

Kyiv Independent

reports, 19 Russian soldiers were killed in the attacks and four military vehicles were destroyed.

Heavy losses for Russia: several fighter jets destroyed

Update from Thursday, August 11, 8:50 p.m .:

Several Russian fighter jets were apparently destroyed in explosions on the Ukrainian Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.

This is shown by satellite images published by the US company Planet Labs.

The footage contradicts Moscow's account of the events, according to which a fire started as a result of exploding ammunition.

There were no Russian reports of destroyed military equipment.

Both the

New York Times

and the US Institute for War Studies (ISW) reported Thursday (August 11) that at least eight planes had been burned down.

The US television channel


gave the number of jets destroyed on the peninsula annexed by Russia in 2014 as at least seven.

Ten machines had previously been mentioned in Kyiv.



reports nine destroyed fighter jets.

Accordingly, the Saki air force base will probably not be deployable in the short term, but the psychological consequences of the alleged Ukrainian attack are more serious.

Although the leadership in Kyiv has not officially taken responsibility for the explosions, many observers are now assuming a targeted Ukrainian attack due to the number and force of the explosions.

According to ISW military experts, the Russian leadership does not want to admit a Ukrainian attack for image reasons.

Because then Moscow would have to admit that its air defenses had failed, it said.

Russia with heavy losses: explosions at Belarusian airfield

First report from Thursday, August 11:

Moscow - Several fires broke out in Belarus and Russia during the Ukraine war.

According to the

Kyiv Independent

, an airfield and a Russian military base near Moscow were affected.

Belarus reports that there have been explosions.

Russia has therefore suffered further losses in the Ukraine war.

The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense reports Russian army casualties on a daily basis.

Kyiv assumes 43,000 dead Russian soldiers.

The information cannot be independently verified.

(mse/sne with AFP/dpa)

List of rubrics: © IMAGO/imageBROKER/Siegra Asmoel

Source: merkur

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