Russian prosecutors say an anti-hate crimes campaigner has been shot and killed in Moscow.
The Prosecutor General's Investigative Committee says the man killed Monday was an active campaigner against neo-Nazi groups.
It said in a statement Tuesday that investigators are looking into the victim's activities as a possible motive behind the killing.
It said the 26-year old man was killed in the entrance of his apartment building with a shot to the head. RIA Novosti news agency identified the victim as Ivan Khutorskoi.
Russia has seen a string of contract-style killings of human rights activists and journalists.
Few of the killers are ever found or prosecuted.
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