Two more people have been killed in Burma as a result of a bomb attack, according to a government-run news agency.
The latest incident happened in the capital, Yangon, where the army was reportedly attacking the country’s largest bakery in the city.
The government has denied that it was behind the attack, which killed two people, and a third person who was seriously injured.
The AFP news agency says that police have detained two suspects in connection with the incident.
“I don’t know if the authorities are going to investigate it,” said the director of the Rohingya Community Center in Yangon.
“The people that were killed were not part of the terrorist group.
The terrorists killed these people because they were members of the community.
It’s an unfortunate incident.”
The latest attacks come after a string of similar attacks on businesses across the country.
In April, at least 19 people were killed when a bomb exploded outside a Soko Bakery in the town of Maungdaw.
The next month, a bomb destroyed a bus stop in a central district of Rakhine state.
A bomb attack in a Buddhist area of northern Myanmar killed six people in June.
In September, two men were killed and six others wounded when a suicide bomber attacked a market in the western province of Kachin, according a local news agency, Rakhm, which is based in the southern city of Mandalay.
The last attack took place in December when a truck bomb exploded at a market near the capital of Kolkata.
In all, more than 500 people have died and over 100,000 people have fled their homes in Burma since a military crackdown in April.