U.S. intelligence agencies suspect that parts of the Ukrainian government authorized the attack that killed Russian TV commentator Daria Dugina, reports The New York Times.
American officials admonished Ukrainian officials over the assassination, a car bombing in Moscow on Aug. 23, though Ukraine has denied the charge.
It’s not clear if Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was aware of the attack, but the U.S. is concerned the killing could spur Russian attacks on Ukrainian officials, reports the Times.
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