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Putin vows to crush ‘armed mutiny’ after Wagner boss rebels

Russian President Vladimir Putin Saturday affirmed to crush the armed mutiny led by mercenary chief Yevgeny Prigozhin, following his claims of taking control of a southern city in a coup attempt against military leadership.

The dramatic development, with several unclear details, comes after the Russian president seems to have faced the biggest domestic crisis since the invasion of Ukraine in February last year.

Putin, during a televised address, said that the “excessive ambitions and vested interests have led to treason”, and called the mutiny a “stab in the back.”

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