Burmese authorities have doubled the reward for anyone giving information about three bombings in Rangoon that killed 19 people on May 7th.
Police said Tuesday that they will pay the equivalent of nearly 11,000 U.S. dollars for information leading to the arrest of the attackers who planted bombs at two supermarkets and a convention center earlier this month.
On Sunday, Burma raised the death toll from 11 to 19, with at least 162 people wounded. A Burmese official blamed the bombings on rebels who allegedly received training in a "neighboring country," by a "superpower country."
The Burmese rebels, as well as foreign security analysts, argue the bombings could have been the work of government factions jockeying for power.