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By Nora Buli

OSLO, Oct 4 (Reuters) - The new Baltic Pipe from Norway to Poland,
which opened on Saturday, is not yet sending gas from Norway but from Germany instead,
Norwegian system operator Gassco said on Tuesday.

Gas from Norway should start flowing "some days into October",
but there is no exact date yet, a Gassco spokesperson said, adding that the delay is because a
terminal at Nybro in western Denmark is not yet ready.

"Baltic Pipe from Denmark to Poland is being supplied with gas from Germany," the spokesperson said.

Poland's Gaz-System confirmed the start of gas flows via Baltic Pipe on Saturday but did not specify the
source of the gas.

"Starting from October 1 flows through the Baltic Pipe gas pipeline to Poland are in accordance with client nominations," a Gaz-System spokesperson said on Tuesday.

Nominations rose from 61,084,535 kilowatt hours
(kWh) per day for Saturday to 62,148,788 kWh/day on Monday, Gaz-System data showed.

Baltic Pipe is a joint project between Danish system operator Energinet and Poland's Gaz-System and is central to Polish efforts to diversify away from Russian gas.

The gas currently flowing might have originated in Norway, having arrived via one
of Gassco's two receiving terminals in Germany before being transported into Denmark.

Gassco said that once the gas exits its system, it does not know where it flows next.

(Reporting by Nora Buli Additional reporting by Marek Strzelecki and Anna Wlodarczak-Semczuk in Warsaw Editing
by Jason Neely and David Goodman)

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Ukraine has pushed Russia back by 12 miles in the south as
dramatic footage reveals the blistering pace of attacks that have sent Putin's men fleeing for their lives. 

Videos taken in Kherson in recent days show Ukrainian forces storming Russian defences in American-made Humvees under artillery fire, and soldiers advancing en masse across fields
in the face of the retreating enemy.

Ukraine's offensive in Kherson - which has been grinding on for more than two months
- entered a 'new phase' on October 2 with Kyiv's men advancing 12 miles down the Inhulets and Dnipro
rivers, Britain's MoD said today.

Meanwhile more footage shows Ukrainian soldiers fighting near the city
of Lyman, in the north of the country, which fell to Kyiv's men at the weekend - exposing other Russian positions in the Donbas to further attacks.
















Ukrainian Humvees donated by the US are filmed racing across
a battlefield as they attack Russian lines in Kherson, amid a major
counter-offensive




Ukrainian armoured vehicles pass by a Russian tank that has either been abandoned
or destroyed as they carry out assaults in the south














A Ukrainian armoured vehicle opens fire on Russians (left) while Russian armour sits abandoned in the middle of a road as
Kyiv's troops surge forward














Ukrainian troops advance across open country after pushing Russia back (left) as
smoke rises over a modified buggy with what appears to be a
Second World War machine gun on its roof











The slew of video was posted online by pro-Ukraine accounts
after weeks of near-total silence from the frontlines as troops carried out their
attacks against Russia.

But now, as they take territory and capture dozens of
towns, footage documenting their battlefield heroics has been released.

Two particularly dramatic pieces of footage show
American-made Humvees leading a charge across fields in Kherson as Russian artillery
shells drop around them.

Navigating between shell-holes and what appear to be destroyed or abandoned Russian vehicles, the Humvees reach a tree-line and unload dozens of troops who
then continue the attack.

More footage shows Ukrainian soldiers riding on top
of an armoured vehicle somewhere along a forest
road in Kherson when they strike two mines.

The troops scramble off the top of the vehicle and into a nearby ditch where they begin firing
into nearby trees thinking they are being shot at.

Fortunately, it appears that whichever Russian troops laid the mines were not nearby at the time
- and that none of the Ukrainian soldiers were hurt.

Summing up three days of intense action in Kherson, British military intelligence said:
'Ukrainian units have pushed the front line forwards by up to 20km (12 miles).

Russian forces 'have typically broken contact and withdrawn' rather than stand and fight, the Ministry of Defence said, though
added that Ukraine does not yet 'threaten the main Russian defensive positions'.

However, Putin's commanders have placed themselves in a difficult position, the MoD notes:
To stay and defend the west bank of the Dnipro as Putin is thought
to have ordered, or to retreat across the river to better positions on the
other side. 



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Ukrainian soldiers hunker down as the armoured vehicle they are riding on the top of is struck by two mines,
though fortunately nobody is hurt




Ukrainian soldiers open fire thinking they are being ambushed by Russia soldiers,
though it appears there were no Kremlin troops nearby




Having realised they are not being attacked, Ukraine's troops regroup in a roadside
ditch somewhere in southern Kherson

'Russia has committed the majority of its severely undermanned airborne
forces, the VDV, to the defence of Kherson,' the MoD added.

'Russia has few additional, high quality rapidly deployable forces available to stabilise the front.

'It likely aims to deploy mobilised reservists to this sector.'

Relying on Western-supplied weapons, Ukraine has followed
up on last month's gains in the northeastern Kharkiv region by pressing deeper into occupied areas and forcing Russian troops to withdraw
from the city of Lyman, a key logistical hub.

The Ukrainian army has also unleashed a broad counteroffensive in the
south, capturing a string of villages on the western bank of the
Dnieper River and advancing toward the city of Kherson.

The Ukrainian gains in the Kherson region followed relentless strikes on the two main crossings over the Dnieper that made them unusable and forced Russian troops
on the western bank of the Dnieper to rely exclusively on pontoon crossings, which also
have been repeatedly hit by the Ukrainians.

Phillips P.

O'Brien, professor of strategic studies at the University of St Andrews,
predicted more Russian failures in Kherson, noting that it's 'hard
to stabilize a line when your logistics are stretched, your troops are exhausted and
your opponent is much, much smarter.'

Pressed against the wide river and suffering severe supply shortages, Russian troops face
a looming defeat that could set the stage for a potential Ukrainian push
to reclaim control of the Crimean Peninsula, which Moscow
annexed in 2014.

Military reporters and bloggers embedded with Russian troops
in Ukraine have painted a bleak picture of an ill-equipped and poorly organized force
under incompetent command.

With the war in its eighth month, the Russian military suffers from an acute shortage of personnel, lack of coordination between units and unstable supply lines.





A collapse of Russian frontlines in Kherson has seen the Russian frontline fall back by around 12 miles in recent days




Ukraine is also gaining ground in Kharkiv and Donetsk regions in the
north of the country, aiming to push into neighbouring Luhansk

Many Russian units also have low morale, a depressed mood that contrasts sharply
with Ukraine's well-motivated forces.

Unlike the Ukrainian military, which has relied on intelligence data
provided by the U.S.

and its NATO allies to select and strike targets, the Russian army has
been plagued by poor intelligence.

When Russian intelligence spots a Ukrainian target,
the military engages in a long process of securing clearance to
strike it, which often drags on until the target disappears.

Russian war correspondents particularly bemoaned the shortage of
drones and noted that Iranian-supplied drones have not been used for maximum effectiveness
due to the poor selection of targets.

Russian President Vladimir Putin responded to
the Ukrainian counteroffensive by ordering a partial military mobilization, which aims to round up at
least 300,000 reservists to beef up forces along the 1,000-kilometer
front line in Ukraine.

At the start of the invasion, Ukraine declared a sweeping mobilization,
with a goal of forming a 1 million-member military.

Russia until that moment had tried to win the war with a shrinking contingent of volunteer soldiers. 

The U.S. put the initial invading force at up to 200,000, and some
Western estimates put Russian casualties as high as 80,
000 dead, wounded and captured.

While the hawkish circles in Moscow welcomed the mobilization as long overdue, hundreds of thousands
of Russian men fled abroad to avoid being recruited, and protests flared up across
the country, raising new challenges to the Kremlin.

Fresh recruits posted images showing them being forced to sleep on the floor or even in the open air. 

Some reported being handed rusty weapons and told to buy
medical kits and other basic supplies themselves.

In a tacit recognition of supply problems, Putin dismissed a deputy defense minister in charge of military logistics.




Vladimir Putin declared four regions in Ukraine to
be part of Russia in a major speech last week, but has
since lost ground in three of them

The mobilization offers no quick fix for Russia's military woes.

It will take months for the new recruits to train and form battle-ready units.

Putin then upped the ante by abruptly annexing the occupied regions of
Ukraine and voicing readiness to use 'all means
available' to protect them, a blunt reference to Russia's nuclear
arsenal.

In an unprecedented sign of infighting in the higher echelons of the government,
the Kremlin-backed regional leader of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, has scathingly criticized the top
military brass, accusing them of incompetence and nepotism.

Kadyrov blamed Col.

Gen. Alexander Lapin for failing to secure supplies and reinforcements for his
troops that led to their retreat from Lyman. 

He declared that the general deserves to be stripped of his rank and sent to the
front line as a private to 'wash off his shame with his blood.'

Kadyrov also directly accused Russia's top military officer,
Gen. Valery Gerasimov, of covering up Lapin's blunders - a
pointed attack that fueled speculation that the Chechen leader might have forged an alliance with other hawkish members of the Russian elite against the top
military leadership.

In a blunt statement, Kadyrov also urged the Kremlin to consider using low-yield nuclear weapons against
Ukraine to reverse the course of the war, a call that appeared to reflect the growing popularity of the idea among the Kremlin hawks.

In a show of continuing support for Kadyrov, Putin promoted him to colonel
general to mark his birthday, a move certain to anger the top brass.

 And while Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov described Kadyrov's statement as overly emotional, he strongly praised the Chechen leader's
role in the fighting and his troops' valor.

In another sign of intensifying dissent at the top, Yevgeny Prigozhin, a millionaire businessman dubbed 'Putin's chef,' lashed out at the governor of St.

Petersburg, charging that his failure to provide assistance for Prigozhin's Wagner private security company amounts to supporting Ukraine.

Some other members of the Russian elite offered quick support for Kadyrov and Prigozhin, who have increasingly served as frontmen for the hawkish circles in Moscow.

Retired Lt.
Gen. Andrei Gurulev, a senior member of the lower house of Russian parliament,
strongly backed the Chechen leader, saying that the Russian defeat
in Lyman was rooted in the top brass' desire
to report only good news to Putin.

'It's a problem of total lies and positive reports from top to bottom,' he said.



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