‘Ukrainians have made them bleed’: Retired army general on Russia claiming Luhansk region | ABC News

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Ukrainian forces are taking up new defensive lines in the eastern part of the country as President Vladimir Putin proclaimed Russia’s victory in the months-long battle of Luhansk.

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