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Russian oligarch indicted by Mueller reportedly told Putin before mercenaries in Syria attacked US forces

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Yevgeniy Prigozhin, a Russian oligarch who was indicted by Robert Mueller for his alleged role in information warfare against the US, reportedly told Kremlin and Syrian officials Russian mercenaries were going to attack US forces.
Russian mercenaries did attack the US in a massive battle where as many as 300 of them were killed.
A Reuters report said the purpose of the attack was to test the US's response, which was immediate and overwhelming.
Yevgeniy Prigozhin, a Russian oligarch who special counsel Robert Mueller indicted in mid-February, reportedly spoke to Kremlin and Syiran officials...
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Putin's Chef Ordered Russian Mercenaries to Attack U.S. Troops in Syria, Report Claims

Putin's Chef Ordered Russian Mercenaries to Attack U.S. Troops in Syria, Report Claims

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Yevgeniy Prigozhin rose from running a hot dog stand in the 1990s to interfering the U.S. elections and controlling Russian mercenaries in Syria.
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'Troll farm' head controlled Russian mercenaries in Syria: report

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Yevgeny Prigozhin allegedly communicated with both a Russian minister and Syrian official before a clash of mercenaries and U.S. forces.
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