Here's what could happen to the Wagner Group after the armed rebellion against Russia failed

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Dr. Joana de Deus Pereira, a senior research fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) Europe specializing in counter-terrorism, told Insider that the fighters care about getting paid. "So, above all, it's about money. Secondly, some of these individuals who are at the top of the organization would be easy targets if they enroll in the Ministry of Defense," she told Insider. Also, I think in terms of capability, they can easily either create a new paramilitary organization or join already the ones that are running, than to join the Ministry of Defense," she added.