Burma's military government is blaming "terrorist insurgents" for five small explosions that rattled the city of Rangoon on Thursday.
The state-run New Light of Myanmar said Friday that the insurgents have been setting off bombs and committing destructive acts to undermine peace and stability. It did not identify any specific group or organization, and no one has claimed responsibility.
Witnesses say at least one of Thursday's blasts detonated outside a post office, shattering its windows. Other explosions occurred near electricity transformers in the center of the city.
No injuries were reported. Rangoon has seen a spate of bombings for more than a year.
The military government often blames ethnic minority rebels or foreign opposition groups for the violence, but some dissidents say government-linked groups are responsible for the explosions.
Information for this report is provided by AP.