A blast at a newspaper office in the Nigerian capital Abuja on Thursday has killed at least two people, a rescue source said.
"Three people died, including the attacker," said the rescue official who spoke on condition of anonymity.
An AFP correspondent heard the blast and saw ambulances heading towards a district where a bus station and newspaper office are located.
A police spokesman said "we heard something like that happened, but we don't have the details yet."
A spokesman for the National Emergency Management Agency said "it's true there was an explosion at Jabi (district)."
"NEMA officials are on the ground," said Yushau Shuaib. "They are trying to move those injured to the hospitals, but we don't have any information on casualties yet."
Source: AFP Global Edition