Russian woman sentenced to 27 years in prison for fatal bombing of pro-war blogger

A Russian court on Thursday sentenced a woman to 27 years for a café blast that killed a prominent pro-war blogger after he was given a bust of himself that later exploded.

Darya Trepova, 26, was convicted by the court in St. Petersburg of carrying out a terrorist attack, illegal trafficking of explosive devices and forging documents in the April 2 blast at the café in which Maxim Fomin, who gained prominence blogging under the name Vladlen Tatarsky, was killed.

The bombing injured 52 others.

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