KIGALI, Rwanda (AP) — A police official in Rwanda says a grenade blast has killed one person and wounded eight.
The attack happened in a busy area of Kigali, the capital, as people returned home from work Tuesday evening.
A police spokesman, Theos Badege, called the blast an isolated incident and not the act of a terror network. Badege said one person was killed and eight were wounded.
Rwanda saw a series of grenade blasts in 2010 but the capital hasn't seen any since then.
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