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How the killing of an abusive father by his daughters fuelled Russia's culture wars

38 mins | Mar 19, 2020
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This notorious case inspired a campaign for change – and a backlash from the patriarchy. Matthew Luxmoore, writing in the Guardian, explores the shocking case of the Khachaturyan family in Russia, where daughters Krestina, Angelina and Maria murdered their father in self-defence, sparking a nationwide debate with lasting cultural consequences.
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