Russia blames Ukraine for killing of President Putin’s ally’s daughter – BBC News

Russia has accused Ukrainian intelligence officers of organising the assassination of Darya Dugina, the daughter of one of President Vladimir Putin’s top supporters.

The FSB, Russia’s internal security service, said a Ukrainian citizen who arrived in the country in July was behind the attack on Saturday night.

Officers said that the suspect fled Russia into Estonia after Dugina was killed in a car bomb on a road outside Moscow.

The BBC cannot independently verify the allegations and Ukraine has denied involvement in the attack.

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