Chinese authorities say they have arrested a man suspected of setting off a series of explosions outside ruling Communist Party offices in northern China that killed one person and wounded eight others.
Officials in the province of Shangxi said 41-year-old ex-convict Feng Zhijun was captured at Friday in the provincial capital of Taiyuan, where the incident occurred, and confessed to the attack.
Authorities say police found homemade bombs and bomb-making materials in Feng's home. Police say Feng had previoulsy served nine years in prison for theft.
No motive was given for the attack.
The incident came just over a week after a deadly car crash and explosion in Tiananmen Square that Beijing has blamed on Muslim separatists.