Russia points finger at Ukraine in killing of Darya Dugina

Investigators work at the scene of the blast that destroyed the vehicle driven by Darya Dugina outside of Moscow [Investigative Committee of Russia/AP]

Kyiv has denied being behind the car bombing that killed Dugina, daughter of prominent Russian ultra-nationalist Alexander Dugin.

The daughter of a prominent Russian ultra-nationalist who supported Moscow’s invasion, Darya Dugina, was killed in a car explosion, and Russian intelligence has accused Ukrainian “special services” of carrying it out.
Dugina’s death on Saturday fueled questions about who was responsible for the attack, but Kyiv denied any participation.
According to Russian investigators, an explosive device blew up the Toyota Land Cruiser Dugina was operating on a highway west of Moscow.

According to Russian media, just before the explosion, her father, Alexander Dugin, who has supported Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine, exchanged automobiles with his daughter.
Some think the intended victim was Dugin, a philosopher, author, and political theorist who has been referred to as “Putin’s brain” in the West.
In a statement released on Monday, Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB), the primary KGB replacement, claimed that Ukrainian special services “planned and carried out the crime.”

Some 9,000 Ukrainian troops killed during Russian invasion: Kyiv

UN says 5,587 civilians have been killed and 7,890 wounded during the Russian attack on Ukraine, although the estimate is likely hugely conservative.

In a rare statement regarding the war’s mortality counts, a general claimed that since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine started nearly six months ago, over 9,000 Ukrainian soldiers have died.
The commander-in-chief of Ukraine, General Valeriy Zaluzhny, stated on Monday that many Ukrainian youngsters required care “because their fathers have gone to the front and are perhaps among the approximately 9,000 heroes who have been killed.”

‘Will cut of all negotiations’: Zelenskyy Warns Russia Against Organising A Show Trial Of Captured Ukrainian Soldiers

On Sunday, Ukraine declared that if Moscow holds a mock trial for its kidnapped soldiers, it would end any chances of dialogue.

Ukraine claimed it would end any chances of dialogue with Moscow if it set up a show trial of seized Ukrainian soldiers amid fears of a potential “nasty” invasion from Russian troops. During his nighttime speech to the country on Sunday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a resolute remark. The war-weary President asserts that “if Russia organizes a show trial of captured Ukrainian defenders, it will cut itself off from discussions.”
Notably, a “show trial” is a public trial where the judge has already decided whether the defendant is guilty or innocent. The Ukrainian leader had previously stated the same on multiple times.


By: Miss Cherry May Timbol – Independent Reporter

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