Russian media: The car that exploded in Moscow belonged to a former officer of the Ukrainian security service

The car that exploded in a parking lot in Moscow reportedly belonged to a former officer of Ukraine's SBU national security service, Russian agencies say.

The reports, citing unidentified law enforcement officials, said the car was owned by Vasily Prozorov, who left the SBU in 2018, moved to Russia and publicly accused Ukraine at a 2019 press conference of the downing of the Malaysian airliner in 2014.

The plane crashed while flying over a rebel-held part of Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 people on board.

An international investigation found that it was hit by an anti-aircraft missile brought to the region from Russia.

Since the start of the war, two prominent opponents of Ukraine have been killed by bombings in Russia, influential war blogger Vladlen Tatarsky and nationalist TV commentator Daria Dugina.

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