Two killed in triple blasts in China's Jiangxi province
Three explosions have struck government buildings in eastern China's Jiangxi province, state media says.
Two people were killed and at least six injured in the blasts, in the city of Fuzhou.
Unconfirmed reports say car bombs were detonated outside the offices of the state prosecutor and at the city's food and drug agency.
Another blast hit a district administration office.
The BBC's Martin Patience reports.
This amateur video has not been verified by the BBC.
26 May 2011
- From the section Asia-Pacific