Russian Wagner leader captures Bahkmut.

After personally and officially announcing the capture of Bahkmut, Wagner leader Gevgeny Prigozin raised a Russian flag with the inscription "Good memory to Vladlen Tatarsky." Tatarsky, who was actually Maxim Formin, an independent correspondent on the Ukrainian front, was killed by a bomb blast two days prior in a cafeteria in St. Petersburg. The blast killed 25 people, and a video has emerged showing Tatarsky receiving the statue that allegedly had the bomb planted inside. The cafeteria where he died happens to belong to Wagner leader Prigozhin. Prigozhin made the announcement while there were still pockets of Ukrainians on the outskirts who hadn't surrendered yet, but with little to no offensive capabilities.

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