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Russia-Ukraine war: Wagner mutiny signals ‘weakness’ – NATO

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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says the attempted Wagner rebellion on Saturday demonstrates weaknesses within Russia’s leadership.

Speaking for the first time since the mercenary group’s aborted mutiny, Russian President Vladimir Putin appears in a Kremlin video address but fails to address the internal crisis.

Ukraine says its forces have regained control of the southeastern village of Rivnopil as they continue their counteroffensive.

At least two people were killed in a Russian artillery attack in Nikopol, according to the Ukrainian governor of the Dnipro region. (Al Jazeera)


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