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During the interview, Prigozhin also claimed the Wagner group has lost 20% of the 50,000 prisoners he recruited to fight in the war in Ukraine, or about 10,000 prisoners.

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The head of the Russian private army Wagner says his force lost more than 20,000 men in the drawn-out battle for the eastern Ukrainian city of Bakhmut.