Bosnia on caution after `Islamist` assault on police

Zvornik: Bosnia was on high caution Tuesday after a lethal suspected Islamist assault on a police headquarters, as the powers voiced reasons for alarm of more terrible to come.

Yelling "Allahu Akbar", a shooter opened fire on a police headquarters in the eastern town of Zvornik on Monday nighttime, killing one officer and injuring two others before being killed in a shootout.

Police said they have captured one suspect, however gave no points of interest, while a few individuals have been questioned over the shooting.

The assault seems, by all accounts, to be the first of its kind in Bosnia`s Serb-controlled domain.

Bosnian Security Minister Dragan Mektic told journalists that the powers were investigating the intentions of "this criminal demonstration".

"We ought to see how and where this demonstration was arranged furthermore if there was a conceivable bigger connection in its arranging," he included.