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The Times reports that Putin said Wagner’s fighters had been “lied to” by the organisers of the rebellion but did not mention Yevgeny Prigozhin, the group’s leader, by name. It says he added that the Kremlin would honour the terms of a deal, struck to halt the advance on Moscow, under which Prigozhin will move to Belarus.

Times Front Page 11th of July 2024

An army veteran has been detained in connection with the fatal crossbow attacks on a BBC radio presenter and her daughters at their Hertfordshire home, prompting a large-scale police operation and investigation.

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