Three bombs went off in Myanmar's Rakhine state over the weekend, but few are pointing fingers at the Rohingya. Months after Rohingya militant attacks sparked a crackdown that drove most of these Muslims off the land, the spotlight has turned to nationalists from the state's biggest ethnic group, the Rakhines.
At least four people have been arrested in connection with the bombings in the state capital of Sittwe, which injured one policeman slightly. One of the four is Naing Soe, a central executive committee member of the Arakan National Council (ANC), an umbrella group representing ethnic Rakhine activists.
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