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Ukraine war: Russian forces running out of supplies

Russian forces will soon be down to their last supplies of fuel and unable to transport their troops in Ukraine after the crippling attack on the Kerch Bridge between Crimea and Russia, say analysts.

President Vladimir Putin will have hoped his recent missile onslaught across Ukraine had projected an image of strength, but has been viewed as the act of an increasingly desperate commander running out of options.

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