Bakhmut Exposes Feud Between Russian Officials and Wagner’s Prigozhin

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For nearly a year, Russia has waged a vicious battle to capture the Ukrainian city of Bakhmut, seeking a gain after months of embarrassing setbacks on the battlefield.

Although the city has been essentially razed, seizing it and ending the longest battle of the war would be a political, if Pyrrhic, victory for Yevgeny V. Prigozhin, the founder of the Wagner paramilitary group, whose mercenaries have led the assault on Bakhmut.

For Mr. Prigozhin, capturing the city appears to have become a…

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