Kremlin concedes ‘significant’ Russian troop losses in Ukraine

Russian troops have suffered “significant losses” in Ukraine, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says, while rejecting allegations of a massacre in the town of Bucha as “a well-staged insinuation.”

In an interview with Britain’s Sky News, he said the military casualties were “a huge tragedy for us” but did not specify a toll. Russia in late March said it had lost 1,351 soldiers with another 3,825 wounded.

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