The 23-year-old girlfriend of slain Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov returned to her native Ukraine after claiming that she was being held like a prisoner by investigators. Anna Duritskaya told an independent Russian news outlet that she barely remembers what happened the night Nemtsov was killed as they both walked over a bridge near the Kremlin. Duritskaya did say that the shooter got into a white car, though she did not see his face. “I’ve told them everything possible, and I don’t know why I am still on Russian territory, as I want to go back to my mum, who is ill and...in a very difficult psychological state,” said Duritskaya, who is from Ukraine. “For three days, I’ve been driven around in police cars with guards to the investigative committee, and questioned. And nobody has told me when I’ll be let go and why I am being held here.” The Ukrainian foreign minister announced on Twitter that she was flying to Kiev on Monday.