Ukraine War, November 13: 2022: The humiliating withdrawal from Kherson;

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1) María R. Sahuquillo, “Jersón o cómo la mayor victoria de Putin va camino de ser su máxima derrota; Rusia disfraza la retirada de la ciudad portuaria bajo la intención de “preservar la vida” de sus tropas, pero esta humillación puede derivar en una oleada de críticas, sobre todo de los ultranacionalistas y de los afectados por la movilización,” El País, el 9 de noviembre 2022 (23:40: actualizado el 10 de

2) Gordon Lubold, Nancy A. Youssef, Laurence Norman,and Drew Hinshaw, “As Ukraine Retakes Kherson, U.S. Looks to Diplomacy Before Winter Slows Momentum; American arms are flowing, but officials in Washington question how much territory either side can win; Ukrainian cities including Kyiv have turned off streetlights to conserve energy after Russian attacks on power plants,” Wall Street Journal, November 13, 2022 (updated at 1:31 p.m. ET);


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