Boris Nemtsov killing: Suspect blows himself up


A Russian court has charged two men with the murder of anti-Putin critic and opposition leader Boris Nemtsov with a further three detained, as a sixth suspect allegedly ‘blew’ himself up as police tried to arrest him, according to The Independent.

Zaur Dadaev and Anzor Gubashev, both from Russia’s North Caucus region, were charged at the Basmanny courthouse in Moscow on Sunday, court spokeswoman Anna Fadeeva told reporters.

Dadaev has admitted to his involvement in the crime, Russian news agencies reported.