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Google search trends in Russia include “dead” and “losses”

The query “dead” prevails over others.

Google search trends in Russia include “dead” and “losses”
Photo: Ukrainian Pravda

In remote regions of Russia since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the trend for the search queries “dead” and “losses” has increased, as reported by “Ukrainian Pravda”.

The query "captives" is also trending right now, but "dead", according to statistics, now prevails over the other two.

Most searches for "dead" are from Kalmykia, Kabardino-Balkaria, the Jewish Autonomous Region, North Ossetia, Karachay-Cherkessia, Altai, Tyva, Ingushetia, Stavropol Krai, Pskov Oblast, Amur Oblast, Penza, Kursk, Kemerovo, Kostroma region, Altai Krai, Dagestan, Volgograd region, Krasnodar region, Rostov region, Mordovia and Komi.

Roskomnadzor (Russian Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media) banned Russian media from reporting data on military aggression in Ukraine that does not match the official information of the Russian Ministry of Defense. Only on the fifth day of war did the Ministry of Defense acknowledge that there are losses but did not name any specific figures. According to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the losses of the invaders amount to more than 5700 people.

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