3 bomb blasts leave 5 dead, 25 wounded in India
Police say three bombs have exploded in India's restive northeast killing five people and wounding more than 25 others, AP reported.
A local police official says five people died after two blasts went off within minutes of each other outside a police station in Nalbari town near the Assam state capital Gauhati.
The official, speaking on condition of anonymity as he is not authorized to speak to the media, says about five minutes later a third blast occurred a few miles (kilometers) away.
More than 25 people have been injured in the three blasts.
Assam's Inspector General of police Bhaskar Mahanta says authorities suspect the militant separatist group United Liberation Front of Asom is behind the blasts.
No group claimed responsibility.