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Bloated Putin loses 'third of his army' in Ukraine war as 'blood cancer' battle takes toll

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Vladimir Putin has been hit with another blow in his bloody invasion of Ukraine - as UK intelligence revealed he is likely to have lost around a third of his troops sent to war in February.

The news is the latest in a series of whopping set-backs for the aggressive Russian President, who sparked rumours he is close to death after he was pictured looking bloated and weak.Top Russians are worried the former-KGB agent has Parkinson's disease and schizoaffective disorder, with one oligarch caught saying Putin is “very ill with blood cancer”.The supposedly-macho dictator was also seen donning a blanket over his legs and coughing, whilst one expert claimed Putin had undergone cosmetic surgery and had fillers to change his weak look.But the latest news means his grave health isn’t his only worry – British military officials announced that as well as losing a third of his troops, his army is ravaged with bad morale and has lost a significant amount of its equipment.According to reports, morale within the invaders is so bad that Russian generals have been forced to shoot their own soldiers for being “cowards”.And the battle for the seas is going equally as badly for the Kremlin, with warship Admiral Makarov “bursting into flames” just weeks after the sinking of flagship Moskva.The UK intelligence update today (May 15) said the offensive has “lost momentum and fallen significantly behind schedule”.It added: “Russian forces are increasingly constrained by enabling capacities, continued low morale and reduced combat effectiveness.“Many of these capabilities cannot be quickly replaced or reconstituted and are likely to continue to hinder Russian operations in Ukraine.”As deranged Putin grows more desperate with the war – which he.

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