Two government buildings in an eastern Chinese city were rocked by two explosions on Thursday morning, a state media report said.
The two immediate explosions were took place in Fuzhou city in Jiangxi province, the official Xinhua news agency reported without further details of the cause or casualties.
According to a Jiangxi government news website, explosions may have occurred in cars parked in front of the prosecutor's office and a district-level government office. However, the Fuzhou government refused to answer calls seeking comment, Reuters reported.
Earlier this month, a dissatisfied former employee at a rural bank in a Tibetan region of northwestern China's Gansu province set off a petrol bomb, which wounded 49 people, said the report.