More than 60,000 wounded: the unheroic side of a high-intensity war


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In the Azovstal enclave, in Mariupol, in southeastern Ukraine, hundreds of war-wounded agonize without medication and painkillers. In military hospitals, young amputees with deformed faces envision a far from heroic future. War is not like in video games or movies.

Commander Robinson Farinazzo and journalist Luis Kawaguti discuss live the drama and consequences of the wounded in the Ukrainian war. The conversation will be this Thursday (

), Starting at 20 hours.

The War Games column features exclusive reports on the industry warfare, armed forces, conflict zones and geopolitics. These topics are deepened in conversations between experts in the field, now every Thursday.

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