An unidentified suspect was taken to a Seattle hospital, where he remains under guard while being treated for injuries that were not life-threatening, according to police.
Local media says journalist Ahmed Saleh al Hamzi, head of Yemeni state news agency's Al Bayda bureau, was killed in shelling while covering the fight between pro-government forces and Houthi rebels.
The cause of the explosion which occurred at Yibin Hengda Technology near the southwestern province of Sichuan is yet to be ascertained.
The motives behind the the incident, in which the assailant had also taken a woman hostage and injured two more people, remain unclear.
Around 300 people were arrested after demonstrations by the Gonabadi Sufi order, known as dervishes, turned into running clashes with the police in northern Tehran.
Three people were killed and eight wounded when an explosive detonated in a women's restroom at the Andino shopping center on June 17.
Police made a preliminary judgment that the blast is a "criminal offence" and said that the suspected bomber also died in the explosion.
The third attack in three months in London killed seven and wounded 48 others. A French and Canadian national were among those killed. Police arrest 12 suspects.
Yemen has witnessed over 10,000 deaths due to the two-year civil war with no end in sight. Now the outbreak of cholera is adding to the death toll in a country that is already at the brink of famine.
UNICEF said the conflict in Yemen also maimed 2,450 children since a Saudi-led coalition mounted an air campaign in support of the government in March 2015.
At least 20 others were wounded in the explosion at an upscale market in a residential area in Lahore.
Malaysian authorities have detained a female suspect in connection with the alleged assassination of North Korean leader's half brother.
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