Russia’s Wagner boss threatens to withdraw troops from Bakhmut | USA TODAY

The leader of Russia’s Wagner mercenary group, Yevgeny Prigozhin, threatened to pull his troops out of Bakhmut due to a critical ammunition shortage.

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Russia has been trying to capture the embattled city for months.

The claim comes as independent military experts believe Ukraine is on the verge or has already started a counteroffensive against Russia's military almost 15 months after Moscow launched its invasion of Ukraine.

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  1. “War is rich old men protecting their property by sending middle class and lower class young men off to die. It always has been.” – George Carlin

  2. Maybe one day, all of the gunpowder and vital ingredients for bullets in the world, will run out.

  3. Even the folks in the Kremlin are pleased by the Ukrainian military’s success against Prigozhin’s convicts.

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