PMC Wagner

At least 12 citizens. What is known about Belarusians from Wagner PMC recalls what is known about the Belarusian Wagnerovites and how they were treated by Lukashenka’s intelligence service.
Russian ‘Wagnerovites’ in Belarus forests: What we know about one of Lukashenka's most resonant fakes
The American TV channel CNN told about some circumstances of the failed special operation, as a result of which a group of 33 members of the Russian private military company Wagner found themselves in Belarus in the summer of 2020. Alyaksandr Lukashenka tried to use their detention in the run-up to the presidential election to discredit the opposition and intimidate the public, but later released the mercenaries and even apologized. recalls the details of this scandalous story.
32 Wagner PMC militants return to Russia
Thirty-two Russian citizens detained in Balarus in late July on suspicion of organizing mass riots have returned to Russia.
Lukashenka in dismay and society as primary actor. What election-2020 holds for Belarusians?
No one knows what will happen in Belarus on August 9 and later. We can assume that the results of the presidential election, which Alyaksandr Lukashenka has no chance of winning, will be falsified. We can also assume that protesters contesting fraudulent elections will be dispersed by force. All this has happened before, but this time things are different in many ways.
PMC Wagner members arrested in Belarus are in low mood - Russian consul
The moral and psychological condition of 33 Russian citizens who were detained in late July leaves much to be desired, Kirill Pletnyov, a consul of the Russian Embassy in Belarus, said.
Ukraine to demand extradition of Wagner PMC fighters detained in Belarus
Kyiv will request the extradition of 28 of the 33 detainees.
Kremlin about Russian militants detained in Belarus: ‘It’s beneath any criticism’
Moscow has set out its position on detaining the members of the private military company Wagner’s in the official statement posted on the website of the Russian Foreign Ministry.
New criminal cases: Investigators hint at Russian militants’ links to arrested protesters
A criminal case has been launched against Syarhei Tsikhanouski over ‘the facts of committing intended acts aimed at inciting social hatred as well as calling for violent and aggressive actions against law enforcement officers’, the Belarusian Investigative Committee said on Thursday.