Russia Coup

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Wagner paramilitary troops led by chief Prigozhin seized the military headquarters in Rostov. The Russian president is facing the most serious threat to his hold on power in all the 23 years he’s run the state. Vladimir Putin on Saturday vowed harsh punishment for the organizers of an armed rebellion. Putin denounced the uprising as “a stab in the back”.

MOSCOW JUNE 24: Wagner paramilitary troops led by chief Yevgeny Prigozhin seized the military headquarters in Rostov, the main logistics hub for Russian forces operating in Ukraine. The Russian president is facing the most serious threat to his hold on power in all the 23 years he’s run the state.

Vladimir Putin on Saturday vowed harsh punishment for the organizers of an armed rebellion spearheaded by mercenary chief Yevgeny Prigozhin, who led his troops out of Ukraine and advanced toward Moscow. Putin denounced the uprising as “a stab in the back” in an address to the nation.

Russian mercenaries who surged most of the way to Moscow have agreed to turn back to avoid bloodshed. The fighters of the Wagner private army were just 200 km from the capital.

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