Wagner Group

Russian media reported the Wagner chief could be laid to rest as early as Tuesday.
Intelligence shared with The Washington Post shows the Russian president was warned about Yevgeny Prigozhin's plans “at least two or three days” in advance.
"Their secrets will be safe with us," Sir Richard Moore said.
The next challenge for the U.S., Jon Huntsman said, will be to prepare for a post-Putin Russia.
"We gave Putin no excuse ... to blame this on the West," the president said of an armed rebellion staged against Moscow by a Russian mercenary group.
The Russian president blasted as “traitors” organizers of a rebellion by armed mercenaries, the gravest threat yet to Putin’s authority.
CNN's Adam Kinzinger weighed in on Russian mercenary chief Yevgeny Prigozhin's call for an armed rebellion aimed at Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.
Russian authorities launch criminal probe into Wagner Group's owner over his threats to oust Russia's defense minister.
If inmates served with the Wagner Group mercenaries, they will be able to return to Russian society.
“Don’t booze too much, don’t take drugs, don’t rape women ... You have learned a great deal — first of all: how to kill the enemy," Yevgeny Prigozhin told the men.