When a bomb exploded outside a television station in Kiev, the Ukraine capital, lawmaker Ihor Mosiychuk of the nationalist opposition Radical Party was exiting after an interview.
Mosiychuk was wounded, and his bodyguard and a pedestrian were killed, police said Thursday. Four others were wounded.
Almost immediately, Mosiychuk blamed Russia for the Wednesday night explosion, which authorities said involved a bomb attached to a parked motorcycle.
“I believe that the initiators are in Moscow, the executors are in Kiev," he wrote on social media.
Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko called the bombing a “bloody and cruel crime.”
Many authorities in Ukraine...