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What to know about the turmoil between Russia and Wagner

Saturday afternoon, Wagner founder Yevgeny Prigozhin ordered his mercenaries to turn around from their advance on Moscow after taking control of a southern Russian city earlier in the day. Belarusian President Lukashenko said he brokered Wagner’s about-face to “de-escalate tensions.” Candace Rondeaux, senior director for the Future Frontlines program at New America, joins John Yang to discuss.

What to know about the turmoil between Russia and Wagner

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