At Least 30 Wounded in Blast at Tanzanian Church

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At least 30 people were injured including three seriously in an explosion Sunday at a church in the northern Tanzanian city of Arusha, police said.

"There have been 30 people wounded, three in a serious condition, and one person has been arrested," said regional police chief Liberatus Sabas.

It was not immediately clear what caused the explosion.

"This is a sad day, our security forces are mobilized, and the culprits will be arrested and brought to justice," said Arusha's commissioner Magesa Mulongo.

"For the time being we don't know if it is a bomb," he added.

The blast took place outside a Roman Catholic church in Arusha, a town popular with tourists visiting the nearby Serengeti national park and snowcapped Mount Kilimanjaro.

Comments 3
Thumb kanaandian 05 May 2013, 14:36

Happy Easter, Islamnan style.
Yet mosques around the world remain safe and protected.
Despite all the terror attacks against churches.
Mosques remain safe, off limits, even in Israel.
Double standard, the irony

Default-user-icon Shobtohan Zakhadrov (Guest) 05 May 2013, 16:27

Case in point:
Sunnis = Sanni
Sunnis = Crazies
Sunnis = Filthier than the filthiest filth
Bottom line:
Good Sunni = Sunni in Beyondo

Missing rami 05 May 2013, 17:07

Not only that, if you dare blowing up one mosque,you will have the whole world up to the Nowheristan, burning churches and bibles, kill all the Crusaders and whatever you can think of.