Blasts Reported at U.S., Israeli Embassies in Uzbek Capital Friday, July 30, 2004 TASHKENT, Uzbekistan Explosions hit the U.S. and Israeli embassies in the Uzbek capital Friday, a top police official said. An explosion also rocked the general prosecutor's office and caused "deaths," a Russian news agency reported. Israel Radio said the attack on the Israeli Embassy was a suicide bombing. Israeli officials in Jerusalem said they had reports of an attack on the embassy that had injured several people. The Tashkent police official offered no other details on the blasts that struck Friday afternoon and said did not know if there were casualties. Embassy officials could not be reached to comment. The Interfax news agency reported there were deaths in an explosion at the general prosecutor's office, citing an unnamed source at the office. The blasts come as the first 15 suspects were on trial for a wave of violence earlier this year that left at least 47 people dead. Those attacks had included Central Asia's first-ever suicide bombings.