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What Do Russians Think of Prigozhin's Rebellion?

Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin aborted his revolt against Russia's leadership and now faces exile in Belarus. But as the mercenary outfit rapidly advanced on the Russian capital over the weekend, it was difficult to know where events were headed.

On Saturday, we spoke to people in Moscow about the unfolding situation.

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