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HARARE, March 29 (Reuters) - The house of a Zimbabwean ruling party parliamentary candidate was bombed early on Saturday in the first violence in the country's election, police said.
Chief police spokesman Wayne Bvudzijena told Reuters that a bomb had exploded in a house belonging to a ZANU-PF candidate in Zimbabwe's second largest city of Bulawayo.
"Early this morning a house in Emakhandeni...constituency was bombed. We have since retrieved explosive devices ... no arrests have been made as yet and no one was injured," Bvudzijena said. (Reporting by MacDonald Dzirutwe)