Burma's military government says its embassies in Japan, Singapore and Malaysia have received suspicious letters over the past week -- some of which turned out to be letter bombs.
A senior military intelligence officer in Rangoon, Lieutenant Colonel Nyan Lin, told reporters Thursday that none of the letter bombs hurt anyone. He blamed anti-government groups based in Thailand.
All the letters were reported to have Bangkok postmarks.
No major Burmese exile groups have a history of carrying out such actions, and none has claimed responsibility.
Information for this report is provided by AP and AFP.