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Ukraine war live updates: Wagner mercenaries claim Bakhmut ‘legally’ captured; Russia investigates killing of pro-war blogger

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Ukrainian MILITARY commanders claim that Wagner mercenaries were “legally” captured and are now conducting investigations into the death of pro-war blogger, Bakhmut Stanislawski. Russia is investigating the alleged killing of Stanislawski.

-2 July 2019: “Ukraine war live updates: Wagner mercenaries claim Bakhutan captured; Russia investigates killing of pro-war blogger”

-2 July 2019: “Ukraine war live updates: Wagner mercenaries claim Bakhmut captured; Russia investigates killing of pro-war blogger”

In the ongoing Ukraine war, Russian mercenaries from the Wagner group have claimed to have captured the Ukrainian city of Bakhmut. The claim has not been independently verified, but if true, it would mark a major strategic victory for the pro-Russian forces in the region. Bakhmut is located just 30 miles northwest of the occupied city of Donetsk and would provide the separatists with greater access to Ukrainian territory. Ukrainian forces have not yet issued a statement regarding the alleged capture of Bakhmut, but tensions in the region are expected to escalate as a result of the news.

Meanwhile, in Russia, authorities are investigating the killing of a pro-war blogger. Alexander Tolstov, a prominent figure in the pro-Russian movement in Ukraine, was shot dead in his home in the city of Kharkiv. The killing has been condemned by Russian officials, who have vowed to bring those responsible to justice. However, critics of the Kremlin have accused the Russian government of being behind the attack, as Tolstov was known to be a vocal critic of President Vladimir Putin. The killing has raised fears of a further escalation of violence in the Ukraine conflict, as tensions between pro-Russian and pro-Ukrainian forces continue to simmer.

-1 July 2019: “Ukraine war live updates: Wagner mercenaries claim Bakhutan captured; Russia investigates killing of pro-war blogger”

In the latest Ukraine war news, Wagner mercenaries have claimed the capture of Bakhutan, a small village located in the Donetsk region. This comes after reports that Wagner fighters, who are believed to be backed by the Russian government, had been gathering in the area for several days. Meanwhile, fighting continues in the Donbass region with both Ukrainian forces and Russian-backed separatists reporting casualties.

In another development, Russian authorities are investigating the killing of a pro-war blogger, who was known for his pro-Russian stance and controversial views on the conflict in Ukraine. The blogger, who had a significant following online, was found dead in his apartment in Kyiv. While authorities have not yet released any details on the investigation, some have speculated that his death may be linked to his outspoken views on the war and his support for the separatist cause.

– 7 July 2019: “Ukraine war live updates: Wagner mercenaries claim Bakhutan captured; Russia investigates killing of pro-war blogger”

As the ongoing Ukraine war rages on, live updates reveal that Wagner mercenaries have claimed the capture of Bakhutan. The Wagner Group is a Russian private military company that has been accused of conducting covert military operations on behalf of the Russian government.

Meanwhile, Russia is investigating the killing of pro-war blogger, Yevgeny Zhilin. Some sources speculate that his murder may be linked to his criticism of Russian military actions in Ukraine. Both events signify a continued escalation of the conflict in the region, where tensions remain high.

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