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Russia’s Army Starts To Crack

Modernizing an old theme of 20th century military history, Ukraine has inaugurated a toll-free surrender line for Russian soldiers and units.

Ukrainian servicemen stand atop a destroyed Russian tank in a retaken area near the border with Russia in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022. (

Ukrainian servicemen stand atop a destroyed Russian tank in a retaken area near the border with Russia in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022. ( AP/Leo Correa

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JAMES BROOKE

Mr. Brooke has traveled to about 100 countries reporting for The New York Times, Bloomberg, and Voice of America. He reported from Russia for eight years and from Ukraine for six years, coming home one year ago.

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