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Ukraine war

Russian ultranationalist's daughter killed in suspected car bomb

Ukraine denies involvement in attack; father might have been target

Investigators work at the site of a suspected car bomb attack that killed Darya Dugina, daughter of ultranationalist Russian ideologue Alexander Dugin, in the Moscow region. (Investigative Committee of Russia/handout via Reuters)   © Reuters

(Reuters) -- The daughter of an ultranationalist Russian ideologue who advocates Russia absorbing Ukraine was killed in a suspected car bomb attack outside Moscow, Russian state investigators said on Sunday.

Darya Dugina, daughter of prominent ideologue Alexander Dugin, was killed on Saturday evening after a suspected explosive device blew up the Toyota Land Cruiser she was driving, investigators said.

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