Wagner chief might have been on non-public jet that crashed in Russia

A non-public jet crashed in Russia on Wednesday, killing all 10 individuals aboard, emergency officers stated. Mercenary chief Yevgeny Prigozhin was on the passenger listing, however it wasn’t instantly clear if he was on board.

Prigozhin’s destiny has been the topic of intense hypothesis ever since he mounted a short-lived mutiny in opposition to Russia’s navy management in late June. The Kremlin stated the founding father of the Wagner non-public navy firm, which fought alongside Russia’s common military in Ukraine, can be exiled to Belarus.

However the mercenary chief has since reportedly popped up in Russia, resulting in additional questions on his future.