Where are Russia's missing top generals? Rumours swirls after Wagner mutiny

Some of Russia’s highest-ranking generals have not been seen in public since the mutiny by Wagner mercenaries last week.
The group’s leader, Yevgeny Prigozhin wanted the arrest of Russian defence ministry officials.
He accused them of incompetence and ordering attacks on his fighters.
US media reports say Russia’s FSB security service warned armed forces chief of the general staff, Valery Gerasimov about Prigozhin’s planned rebellion, giving him time to avoid capture.
The Kremlin is dismissing reports that Gerasimov’s deputy, Sergei Surovikin was also given advance knowledge of the mutiny.

Journalist Yulia Shapovalova joins us live from Moscow to discuss the latest updates.

Subscribe to our channel:
Follow us on Twitter:
Find us on Facebook:
Check our website:
Check out our Instagram page:

#Russia #YevgenyPrigozhin #WagnerGroup #WagnerMutiny #VladimirPutin #FSB #ValeryGerasimov #SergeiSurovikin #AlJazeeraEnglish

Written by Daniel Delgadillo




Speaking ‘like a South Korean’ is a serious crime in North Korea

Ben Carson Fights Back as ALA Seeks to Block Christian Story Hours at Libraries