Russia Accuses Ukraine Of Murdering Darya Dugina In Car Bomb Attack

The Russian FSB has accused Ukraine's secret services of killing Darya Dugina, the daughter of ultra-nationalist Russian ideologue, Alexander Dugin, in a suspected car bomb attack on Saturday.

Darya Dugina was killed in an explosion in Russia on Saturday evening
Darya Dugina was killed in an explosion in Russia on Saturday evening

Dugina was killed when the Toyota Land Cruiser she was driving blew up on Saturday evening, after being fitted with a suspected bomb. Ukraine has strongly denied being involved in the attack.


The Russian security force, the FSB, claimed that the attack was carried out by a Ukrainian woman and her teenage daughter who had allegedly arrived in Russia in July and spent a month planning the attack after renting an apartment in the same housing block.


The FSB also claimed that the suspect had attended an event on Saturday evening just outside Moscow that Dugina and her father were also at, before carrying out a "controlled explosion" of the car Dugina was driving. They also claimed that the alleged suspects then left Russia and fled to Estonia.

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