A grenade attack ripped through a minibus in Mombasa, Kenya, killing three people and injuring others in the city's busy Mwembe Tayari transport hub.
The bus had just arrived from the capital Nairobi, with reports suggesting the grenade was thrown inside the bus.
Minutes later a second bomb exploded at a tourist hotel north of the city.
Staff had spotted the device and were able to clear the area before it went off. There were no casualties.
It's not yet known who carried out the attacks, but Somali terror organisation al-shabaab, who were behind last year's Westgate mall attack, in which more than 70 people died, will be the chief suspects
ITV News correspondent Harry Smith reports: