A man wearing a burqa was killed Sunday when a bomb exploded in the city of Szeged, Hungary’s capital.
It was the third such incident in the last few weeks in the capital, which has seen an uptick in violence after the government announced plans to cut police protection.
A spokesman for the mayor, Gyorgy Baronyi, told CNN that there were two bombs in Szegs main square Sunday, one exploded in front of the police station and the other blew up in the courtyard of the city’s metro station.
The spokesman said it was unclear whether the two explosions were connected.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the bombing.