Ukraine War: Putin has an ‘increasing problem at home’ – Former British Army Head

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Ukraine war: putin has an 'increasing problem at home' - former british army head

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Lord Richard Dannatt, the Former Chief of the General Staff, says Russian President Vladimir Putin is running out of manpower and resources, as thousands of Russians flee the call up to fight.

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