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Putin says daughter of ultranationalist Dugin killed in ‘vile crime’: Kremlin

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Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday expressed his “sincere condolences” following the death in a car bombing of the daughter of hard-line Russian ideologue Alexander Dugin.

“A vile, cruel crime ended the life of Daria Dugina, a bright, talented person with a real Russian heart — kind, loving, sympathetic and open,” Putin said in a message to Dugina’s family released by the Kremlin.


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