Authorities in Tanzania have charged a local man for a church bombing, while releasing four Middle Eastern men who were arrested after the attack.
The police chief in the city of Arusha says the Middle Eastern men -- three from the United Arab Emirates and one from Saudi Arabia -- were freed after an investigation showed they had no connection with the bombing. All four have left Tanzania.
Meanwhile, a Tanzanian man, 20-year-old Victor Ambrose, has been charged with murder in connection with the May 5 bombing of a Catholic church in Arusha.
The attack on the newly-built church killed three people and injured 60 others.
Authorities have not identified a motive for the attack, and no group has claimed responsibility.
Tensions between Tanzania's Muslim and Christian communities have been on the rise in recent months.
a local man with murder in connection with a church bombing last week that killed three people.
Twenty-year-old Victor Ambrose was charged with 21 counts Monday as officials said a Saudi man and three men from the United Arab Emirates who arrested after the attack had been released.
Some information for this report was provided by AFP and Reuters.