Dhaka: Three small homemade bombs exploded after being hurled at the house of Bangladesh's Foreign Minister early on Tuesday but no one was injured, police and an official said.

Foreign Minister Dipu Moni is currently in London but her family was at home when the bombs were thrown at the residence, spokesman said.

"The three cocktails were hurled from outside and exploded at the roof of the foreign minister's house in the capital," said spokesman Monirul Islam Kabir, referring to the crude homemade bombs that are popular among Bangladeshi protesters.

"Her husband and their two children were in the house at the time of the explosion," he added. Deputy Commissioner of Dhaka Metropolitan Police Maruf Hossain said that police recovered evidence of at least two bombs from the roof.


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