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Nigeria's ThisDay newspaper 'hit by Abuja and Kaduna blasts' backposted on Thu, 26 Apr at 13:28
There are also reports of another three deaths after a separate blast in the northern city of Kaduna.
The Abuja blast at ThisDay newspaper was caused by a bomb, a National Emergency Management Agency spokesman is reported as saying.
The newspaper's offices in Kaduna were also targeted, witnesses say.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attacks, which are reported to have occurred at around 11:30 GMT.
Police and paramilitary forces have surrounded the Abuja office.
"The ceiling of our building collapsed on to our computers because of the force of the blast," an Abuja office worker in the building next door told the BBC's Focus on Africa programme.