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A police officer cordons off the area around the charred car of journalist Pavel Sheremet, after he was killed in a car bomb in Kiev on July 20, 2016. A car bomb in central Kiev today morning killed well-known pro-Western journalist Pavel Sheremet, AFP journalists and officials said. The 44-year-old, originally from Belarus but a Russian citizen who worked for Ukrainska Pravda, an independent news site, died when an explosion tore through the car he was in. / AFP / SERGEI SUPINSKY (Photo credit should read SERGEI SUPINSKY/AFP via Getty Images)

A police officer cordons off the area around the charred car of journalist Pavel Sheremet, after he was killed in a car bomb in Kiev on July 20, 2016.
A car bomb in central Kiev today morning killed well-known pro-Western journalist Pavel Sheremet, AFP journalists and officials said. The 44-year-old, originally from Belarus but a Russian citizen who worked for Ukrainska Pravda, an independent news site, died when an explosion tore through the car he was in.
 / AFP / SERGEI SUPINSKY        (Photo credit should read SERGEI SUPINSKY/AFP via Getty Images)