Six injured in Rwanda grenade attacks

March 30, 2012 22:32


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KIGALI - Six people were injured on Friday in two separate grenade attacks in Rwandan capital Kigali, just a week after a blast in the north of the country killed one person, police said.

The grenades went off near a busy market called Nyarugenge and in the Gasabo district in the early evening.

"We have two grenade blasts," said Theos Badege, the police spokesman. Four suspects were arrested, he said.

Next Friday Rwanda marks the 18th anniversary of a genocide in which 800,000 Tutsis and Hutus were killed.

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