Three explosions at government offices in the city of Fuzhou, China kill two and injure six, state media reports.
Explosions are reported at three government buildings in an eastern Chinese city, possibly caused by explosions in cars, according to state media. The blasts killed two people and injured six, the official Xinhua news agency reported. The nearly simultaneous blasts happened in Fuzhou city, Jiangxi province, on Thursday morning, the official Xinhua news agency reported. It did not give details of the cause or casualties. Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reported from Beijing that all three explosions occurred within half an hour of each other
Zhang Weizhang, a local man, told Reuters it was possible a "disgruntled local resident" was to blame.