Russian military leaders and Wagner’s mercenary master are at battle with one another.

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Several dead Russian mercenaries could be seen piled up on frozen ground in the pictures; some were half-naked, while others were covered in tarps. Images like these might typically be found on Ukrainian Telegram channels, but this time they were posted by Yevgeniy Prigozhin, the financier of the notorious Wagner mercenary group, who launched his most vehement criticism of Russia’s regular military by alleging that his fighters were denied ammunition and as a result died “in heaps” in Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, avoided mentioning his heavy losses on the battlefield in his state of the nation address on Tuesday in an effort to portray a united nation waging war on a common foe.

But even as Putin talked, the vicious slurs continued.




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