Done Nigeria police say uncover plot to bomb Abuja transport network 2 hours ago Content preferences Done ABUJA (Reuters) – Nigerian police have uncovered a plot to bomb the Abuja transport network, they said on Saturday, using suicide bombers and devices concealed in luggage at major bus stations. Abuja has increasingly been targeted by Islamist group Boko Haram, with three deadly bombings since April, including one in a bus park on its outskirts that killed at least 75 people. “Credible intelligence … indicates that terrorists have perfected a plot to carry out attacks on the Abuja transport sector … intended to cause panic amongst Abuja residents and visitors,” police spokesman Frank Mba said in a statement. Boko Haram militants, fighting for an Islamic state in religiously-mixed Nigeria, have killed thousands of people since 2009 and made world headlines with the abduction of more than 200 schoolgirls in the northeast village of Chibok on April 14. On the same day, the bus park attack – which took place less than a month before Nigeria was due to host the World Economic Forum – killed 75 in what was the first bomb in Abuja for nearly two years. There have been two deadly attacks in Abuja since then, including one in the upmarket shopping district of Wuse II.
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Match No. 4: A drab win in penalty kicks over Chile, where the underdogs came within inches of knocking the hosts out. Match No. 5: A functional 2-1 win over Colombia that featured the most fouls of any game in the tournament (54), which left Colombia breakout star James Rodriguez in tears. The thing of it is, Brazil is playing the World Cup in 2014 like most teams approach tournament/knockout soccer. All those matches I listed? Theyrenot going to matter mere footnotes in history should Brazil beat Germany and then get pastArgentina or the Netherlands in Sundays final.
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But that’s all that Hanover Post 14 was able to muster on the scoreboard as Mills allowed just one hit the rest of the way to lead his team to a 4-2 victory in the first-round of the York County American Legion tournament Thursday evening at Diller Field in Hanover. Mills went the distance and allowed two runs on two hits with eight strikeouts and four walks. He threw 61 of his 98 pitches for strikes. “I left a curveball up to one of their best hitters and he didn’t miss it,” Mills said. “Sometimes that happens. I knew there was a lot of game left to play after that and pitched that way.” Jared Peterman, who beat Southwestern during the teams’ regular season meeting on June 25, worked around an error in each of the first three innings to keep the visitors off the scoreboard.
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