The return of ‘Rasputitsa’ and what it means for Russia’s war in Ukraine: Yahoo News

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In Russia and Ukraine, there is a season known as “Rasputitsa”. Twice a year, when snow melts in the spring and drenching rains in the fall, the soil turns to thick clay—making it difficult to move goods and heavy machinery cross-country. In the early months of the war in Ukraine, Russian forces struggled to mobilize in the mud. So, with the rapid fall, could it happen again? Yahoo News explains.

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