Daughter of ‘Putin’s Rasputin’ Alexander Dugin killed in mystery Moscow car bomb

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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Daughter of ‘Putin’s Rasputin’ Alexander Dugin killed in mystery Moscow car bomb” – below is their description.

A car bomb near Moscow has killed the daughter of the ultra-nationalist Russian philosopher behind Vladimir Putin’s aggressive expansionist strategies that propelled him to invade Ukraine.

Alexander Dugin may have been the intended target of the bomb that killed his daughter, Darya, as she was driving home from a festival outside Moscow where her father had just given a lecture.

Video showed Mr Dugin – known as “Putin’s brain” and even “Putin’s Rasputin” – holding his hands to his head in disbelief as he stood staring at the burning car. Eyewitnesses reported a large explosion and Russian officials said that 30-year-old Darya died instantly.

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