7 OR MORE KILLED BY PARCEL BOMB IN SOUTHERN CHINA ~ :: Habari Duniani

Guangxi, China. Authorities believe that the bombs were placed in express-delivery parcels, and have asked local residents not open any parcels received by mail. The aftermath of a series of at least a dozen blasts that rocked Liucheng county in China’s Guangxi province on Wednesday afternoon, according to local media.
At least seven people have been killed, and dozens more injured. The blasts occurred at Liucheng county's government offices and surrounding sites, including a prison, a supermarket, a transport station, a shopping mall, a vegetable market, and a hospital.
Police say they have identified a suspect, a local 33-year-old man whom they are now searching for. According to their preliminary investigation, the suspect had been involved in a medical dispute, making revenge a possible motive, Xinhua reported. A further 60 suspicious parcels had been identified and bomb disposal units were "on their way." 

On Thursday, Xinhua reported another explosion at a residential building at around 8 am. There were no initial reports of casualties.

There were at least 17 blasts, media reports said, with targets of attack including the Dapu township government office, supermarkets, malls, a hospital, prison, bus terminal, an animal husbandry staff dormitory and a centre for infectious disease and prevention.

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