Russian Troops in Ukraine Face ‘Extraordinary’ Casualty Rates: U.K. Intelligence

As the war in Ukraine finishes its fourth month, Russian losses appear to be reaching unsustainable levels as Western officials fear a grinding, bloody war of attrition.By Paul D. Shinkman|June 22, 2022, at 3:51 p.m.SaveMore

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BUCHA, UKRAINE - 2022/04/03: Ukrainian soldier inspects the wreckage of a destroyed Russian armored column on the road in Bucha, a suburb north of Kyiv. As Russian troops withdraw from areas north of Ukraine's capital city of Kyiv, Ukrainian forces and the media found evidence of significant numbers of civilian casualties. The Ukrainian authorities are calling the killing of civilians in Bucha and other areas a war crime. (Photo by Matthew Hatcher/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Ukrainian soldier inspects the wreckage of a destroyed Russian armored column on the road, April 3, 2022, in Bucha, a suburb north of Kyiv.(MATTHEW HATCHER/SOPA IMAGES/LIGHTROCKET/GETTY IMAGES)

Casualties among Russian and pro-Russian forces are mounting at an unsustainable rate in Ukraine, British intelligence reports, raising more questions about the extent to which Moscow can maintain its current pace of operations amid limited progress on the battlefield.

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