Limonov’s car firebombed

Eduard Limonov, leader of the banned Russian opposition party, National Bolshevik Party, said a firebomb exploded in his car in Moscow on 30 May 2009.

Limonov’s car was outside his window. An explosion occurred when his driver got into the car. The door was still open, and the driver fell out of the car, receiving some burns.

Limonov was on his way to a meeting of the opposition’s National Assembly. On 31 May 2009, opposition groups plan a demonstration against Russian prime minister Vladimir Putin.

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