A group of suspected radical Islamists hurled homemade bombs at a group of police officers in Bangladesh, killing one officer and injuring several others, police said.
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It was not immediately clear how many bombs may have exploded in the district of Kishoreganj, north of the capital of Dhaka.
But police said at least one erupted at a prayer meeting where many had gathered for prayers on the Muslim holiday of Eid-al-Fitr, marking the end of Ramadan.
The violence comes just days after the country suffered a deadly hostage crisis in which 28 were killed, including 20 hostages, two policemen and six of the attackers.