Wagner intervention in Gaza
The United States-based Wall Street Journal reported that Russia's Wagner Group is planning to send an air defense system to Hezbollah. Experts say that if the Russian SA-22 system is given to Hezbollah, the course of the war may change against Israel.
Prigozhin's will has been revealed: Sources
The will of Prigozhin, the leader of the Russian mercenary group Wagner, was revealed. Prigojin left all his assets, including Wagner, to his 25-year-old son Pavel. In the will, it was also noteworthy that the Russian Ministry of Defence owed Prigojin 800 million dollars.
Putin seeks new leader for Wagner
Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Andrei Troshev, one of Wagner's former commanders and Prigojin's deputy, in the Kremlin. Russian Deputy Defence Minister Yunus-Bek Yevkurov was reportedly present at the meeting between the two.
'Wagner's mediator' to meet with Putin in Moscow
Lukashenko, who is stated to be the person who ended the rebellion started by Russian mercenary group Wagner’s leader Yevgeny Prigozhin as a mediator, will visit Russia. It was reported that Lukashenko will discuss international and regional problems and economic relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
UK to declare Wagner as terrorist organization
The United Kingdom (UK) government is preparing to declare the Russian mercenary group Wagner a terrorist organization. Following this step, joining or supporting Wagner will be criminalized.
Belarus reacts to Poland's Wagner request
Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko has described calls by Poland and the Baltic states for Wagner's withdrawal from Belarus as "nonsense". In addition to this, Lukashenko emphasized that Poland and the Baltic States must withdraw foreign troops from their territory.
Putin's shock decision on Prigozhin's funeral
Russian President Vladimir Putin will not attend the funeral of Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin, who died in a suspicious plane crash. Western intelligence organizations claim that Putin ordered the downing of Prigozhin's plane.
Poland not want Wagner in Belarus: Minister
The Russian mercenary group Wagner continues to cause disturbances in Eastern Europe. Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Kaminski has stated that he wants Wagner to leave Belarusian territory immediately and added that if any critical incident occurs on the borders of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, which border Belarus, all four countries will close their border gates with Belarus.
'Secret order' for Wagner leader Prigozhin revealed
Striking details continue to emerge about Yevgeny Prigozhin, the leader of Wagner, who rebelled against Russian President Vladimir Putin and died in a plane crash last week. A Russian journalist claimed that the Moscow administration ordered 'annihilate Wagner in Syria'.
Prigozhin confession from Belarusian President Lukashenko
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko spoke about the leader of the Wagner group Evgeny Prigozhin, who died in a plane crash in Russia. Expressing that he did not guarantee security to Prigozhin, Lukashenko said that he did not take into account his warnings.
Shocking assassination detail in Prigozhin's death
There has been a new development that will unravel the mystery of the plane crash in which Yevgeny Prigozhin, the leader of the Wagner group, was declared dead. It was claimed that Prigozhin's Embraer Legacy 600 type private jet was bombed in a ‘wine crate’.
‘Wagner is on its way to Russia’
Following the news that Yevgeni Prigojin died in a plane crash, it is claimed that Wagner troops stationed in Belarus are moving towards Russia. According to the BBC, Belarusian special forces are trying to prevent the convoy consisting of a large number of vehicles.
Shocking allegation about Prigozhin's death
Russia expert Kier Giles from the UK-based think tank Chatham House made an interesting claim about the death of Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin. Giles stated that many people's names were changed to 'Yevgeny Prigozhin' in order to hide Prigozhin’s travels.
Prigozhin's remarkable promises to Africa
Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin released his first video message after the failed coup. Speaking in military camouflage and with his weapon, Prigozhin drew attention to Africa in the video and claimed that they were working for the people of Africa. The leader of the mercenary group is allegedly in Africa.
First on Ukrainian border after Wagner coup
Russian President Vladimir Putin visited the city of Rostov-on-Don on the border with Ukraine after a long absence. Putin also visited the military headquarters in the city and was briefed on the situation of the war in Ukraine.
‘Prigozhin to be killed in 6 months’
A remarkable claim has been made about the future of Yevgeny Prigozhin, the leader of the mercenary group Wagner in Russia. Russian investigative journalist Christo Grozev said Prigozhin will either be killed or carry out another coup within 6 months. The journalist had previously known that Prigozin would attempt a coup.
Wagner's critical Belarus decision
Russian mercenary group Wagner has reportedly started to withdraw from Belarus. The research organization ISW announced that the first group of 500-600 people left Belarus by bus. Wagner's presence in Belarus had caused neighboring Poland to deploy more than 10 thousand troops to the border.
Tensions on Polish-Belarusian border
The commander of the Polish Border Guard, Tomasz Praga, has requested the deployment of a thousand more soldiers to the border due to the increase in unauthorized crossings at the border with Belarus. Poland had already covered the area with electric fences after Wagner's forces were deployed on the border.
'4 thousand Wagner mercenaries in Poland'
Wagner troops, who settled in Belarus after the coup attempt in Russia, are carefully followed by Poland. There are about 4 thousand Wagner mercenaries in Belarus, noting that Wagner's presence is a way for Russia to test the reaction of Poland and its other allies, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki says.
Wagner fighters may cross the border disguised as migrants
Polish Prime Minister Morawiecki claimed that Wagner troops in Belarus could cross the border posing as migrants or Belarusian border guards. He also said that Wagner troops could facilitate illegal migration from Belarus.