Great Britain wants to put Wagner Group on terror lists

The British want to put the Russian mercenary force Wagner, which has been virtually leaderless since the death of leader Yevgeny Prigozhin, on a list of terrorist groups.

This reported with reference to the Daily Mail newspaper, which refers to the English Home Secretary Suella Braverman. It is possible to ban the Wagner Group on the basis of anti-terrorist laws and if there are suspicions of terrorist activities. The ban already applies to the jihadist militia Islamic State and the terrorist network Al-Qaeda.

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