Police investigating explosion at Islamic center in Minnesota
06 August 2017 | 4:18 am
Police say there are no injuries from a blast Saturday morning at the Dar Al Farooq Islamic Center in Bloomington, Minnesota. Asad Zaman, the executive director of the Muslim American Society of Minnesota, said a $10,000 reward has been offered for information about the incident.
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