Rwanda grenade blast kills one ahead of polls

A grenade that had failed to explode during an attack in Kigali the previous day went off on Saturday, killing one person, with less than two days to go to legislative polls, the Rwandan police said.

"Two grenades were thrown" during the attack at a market on Friday that had already left one dead and 14 wounded, spokesman Damas Gatare said. "One was caught in the roof of the market but people didn't identify it."