A grenade tore through the home of an Interior Ministry official early today, raising fears of a terrorist campaign against coup leader Hun Sen.
Nobody was hurt in the blast in the Cambodian capital, but police discovered at least four unexploded grenades inside the home of the unidentified ministry official, a police investigator said.
Cambodia's capital has been tense since Prince Norodom Ranariddh, the co-premier, was driven from power in a July 5 coup, when tanks were sent into the streets and dozens of people died.
President Clinton's envoy, former Rep. Stephen Solarz, was to meet with Hun Sen today in the Cambodian capital. Solarz was to report back to Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, who has said her top priority in Southeast Asia is to see Ranariddh return to power.