At least three people have been killed after a pair of explosions rocked the Kenyan port city of Mombasa on Saturday.
Investigators say an explosive device detonated near a bus stop, leaving three people dead and several others wounded.
The second blast occurred near a beachside hotel. There were no reports of casualties.
There were no immediate claims of responsibility, but the country has been hit by a series of attacks since 2011, when Kenya sent troops to Somalia to help the country fight al-Shabab militants.
In April, a bomb exploded outside a Nairobi police station, killing four people.