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Vladimir Putin admits fight in Ukraine is taking longer than expected

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Vladimir Putin admits fight in Ukraine is taking longer than expected

Vladimir Putin admits fight in Ukraine is taking longer than expected

Russian President Vladimir Putin acknowledged Wednesday that his “special military operation” in Ukraine is taking longer than expected but hailed the seizure of his neighbor's territory.


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