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A British woman terrorist suspect dubbed the 'White Widow' has been killed in Ukraine, it was claimed on Wednesday. Samantha Lewthwaite, 30, was gunned down by a Russian sniper two weeks ago, alleged Regnum news agency in Moscow. One of Britain's most wanted people, she was reported last month as fighting for the Islamic State's terrorists in Syria. The extraordinary Russian claim could not be verified last night.
It came as intelligence chiefs in Kenya challenged Moscow to 'show us the corpse' as evidence that Lewthwaite really has been killed in a Ukrainian shoot-out in the eastern town of Debaltsevo.
'In particular, she is suspected of the attack on a shopping mall in the Kenyan capital Nairobi.
'Her husband staged the terrorist attack in the London tube in 2005.
'This means that Russian media are speculating on people's grief. This is a cynical lie and we are pleased that more and more people in the West are learning to recognize and uncover Russian propaganda.'
Referring to an earlier fake report, he said: 'This is another invention by Russian media like the "crucified boy".'
He complained: 'This information has nothing to do with reality. This is a fake made up specifically for US and UK audience, since the White Widow story is sensitive for them.'