A series of bombs packed with ball bearings exploded outside a provincial headquarters of China's ruling Communist Party on Wednesday, killing at least one person days after a fiery attack in Tiananmen Square.
A street is cordoned off after an explosion outside a provincial headquarters of China's ruling Communist Party in Taiyuan, north China's Shanxi province on November 6, 2013
Police and state media gave no possible motive for the blasts in Taiyuan, capital of the northern province of Shanxi. Disgruntled citizens have staged several incidents elsewhere in the country in recent years.
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