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American generals estimate Russian losses at over 100,000 soldiers

Russia is likely to withdraw from Ukraine’s Cherson

Russian soldiers are probably withdrawing from the southern Ukrainian region of Cherson. Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu ordered the right bank of the Dnipro River to be cleared. Ukraine is still skeptical.

According to US military estimates, more than 100,000 Russian soldiers may have been killed or wounded in the war in Ukraine – including on the Ukrainian side. Amnesty International says Russia’s list of war crimes is “growing”. More on Live Ticker.

I amAccording to US military estimates, the war between Russia and Ukraine has resulted in the highest casualties on both sides. “You’re dealing with over 100,000 Russian soldiers killed and wounded,” US Army General Mark Milley said on Wednesday. The same applies to “probably the Ukrainian side.” The numbers released by the US to date are more accurate. However, they could not be independently verified.

Millay encouraged talks to end the war. Neither Ukraine nor Russia can win militarily, US general says. So it is necessary to look for “other ways”.

Moscow on Wednesday ordered the withdrawal of Russian troops from the strategically important southern Ukrainian city of Kherson and the region of the same name. However, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky reacted with caution and considered it impossible for the Russian army to leave the city without a fight.

A Ukrainian soldier opened fire on a Russian position near Pakmut

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4:24 am – Indonesian government: Kremlin leader Putin not going to G-20 summit

Russian President Vladimir Putin will not attend the summit of 20 major industrialized and emerging nations in Bali. The head of the ministry responsible for coordinating the summit, Luhut Binsar Bandjaitan, announced this to reporters in Denpasar. Instead, a Russian delegation led by Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is expected at the high-level meeting, which begins on November 15. The Indonesian government respects the decision of the Russian leadership, which Putin explained in a friendly phone conversation with President Joko Widodo, Pandjaitan said.

Among others, US President Joe Biden, Chinese President Xi Jinping and other heads of state and government are expected to participate in the two-day G-20 summit. Biden had already ruled out a direct meeting with Putin in advance, saying a hypothetical conversation with the Kremlin leader in Bali would only be about a deal to free Americans imprisoned in Russia.

02:08 am – Russian troops abduct Ukrainian citizens, amnesty

According to Amnesty International, Russian soldiers have abducted Ukrainian citizens in recent months. They were transported to Russia or Russian-controlled areas. Children are also separated from their families, according to human rights reports. There are also cases of arbitrary arrests, torture and other ill-treatment. All of this points to a deliberate Russian policy and systematic nature that is part of the overall attack on civilians.

For the report, the organization interviewed 88 civilians from Kharkiv, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhia regions. Most respondents, especially those from Mariupol, described situations of coercion that left them with no choice but to go to Russia or other Russian-controlled areas. According to Amnesty, these are war crimes. International law prohibits individual and mass forced deportation of protected persons such as civilians from occupied territories.

“The list of war crimes committed by Russian forces in Ukraine continues to grow,” said Amnesty International’s Janine Uhlmannsiek. Since the beginning of the Russian war of aggression, which is a crime under international law, Russian troops have indiscriminately attacked residential areas, used banned cluster bombs and killed civilians. Uhlmannsiek called on Russia to immediately stop smuggling from the occupied territories and release all victims. Those responsible must be held accountable.

21:35 – Russian attack on Krivi Rih with cluster bombs

Russian airstrikes hit the southern Ukrainian city of Kryvyi Rih in the evening. According to the Ukrainian military administration, a large number of cartridge bombs with cluster munitions were used from Russian rocket launchers. People were urged to be careful not to detonate small, cylindrical bombs.

7:21 pm – Putin issues decree against “gay propaganda”.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the country to defend itself against threats from other states and “homosexual propaganda.” The decree, signed by the Kremlin leader on Wednesday, emphasizes the importance of “traditional values ​​as the basis of Russian society.” Moscow must take “urgent measures” to counter threats from terrorist organizations, “certain mass media” and the United States and “other unfriendly foreign countries.”

19:03 – Wadephul: Withdrawal shows Russian weakness

Union Parliamentary Committee Chairman Johan Vadebul described Moscow’s announcement that it wanted to withdraw from the Ukrainian regional capital of Cherson as a “dramatic admission of Russia’s weakness”. This shows that Russia’s announced recruitment campaign is not working, a CDU foreign affairs expert told the German press agency. “This retreat will lead to cracks in the Russian leadership,” Wadephul predicted. Momentum is on Ukraine’s side, and she has opportunities to recapture territories occupied by Russia. “But to do that, we finally have to support them fast and significantly. This is where the federal government comes in,” the CDU politician warned.

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