The killing in action of several Russian generals and senior military figures in Ukraine has revealed the extent of the heavy losses and logistical problems encountered by Moscow's invading army.
According to Kyiv, seven Russian generals have been killed since the invasion was launched on Feb. 24, in what Western officials say would be an unusually high casualty rate among military top brass.
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