Indian police arrested a man on Monday over weekend bomb attacks targeting one of Buddhism's holiest sites and were studying CCTV footage that appeared to show two men planting explosives.
A peace vigil is held in Allahabad on July 7, 2013, following a series of blasts at the Bodh Gaya temple. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack, but police arrested a local man who was being questioned in connection with the blasts.
The Indian government condemned the "terror attack" after multiple small bombs exploded at the historic Bodh Gaya Buddhist temple complex on Sunday morning, wounding two monks at the pilgrimage destination in eastern Bihar state.
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