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THREE SUICIDE BOMBERS / NIGERIA
Three suicide bombers kill 18 at crowded market in Nigeria Police say three suicide bombers have attacked a crowded market in northern Nigeria, killing at least 18 people.
Borno state police spokesman Joseph Kwaji confirms the Friday night attack to The Associated Press.
The bombers, all believed to be female, left another 22 people.. L.A. Times 13 hours ago
Theresa May, in Munich, Calls for Swift Security Pact and Offers Concession The British prime minister said the pact should be signed before a Brexit deal and said Britain would respect the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice. NYTimes.com 4 hours ago
Echoes of '68 haunt Poland 50 years on As Poland marks the 50th anniversary of a notorious anti-Semitic campaign, some of its leaders call for a clampdown on historical debate and speak darkly about enemies within. The echoes of '68 are hard to ignore. Deutsche Welle 5 hours ago
RISING STARS CHALLENGE
Lakers' young guns get a close look at 'The Process' in Rising Stars Challenge That Kyle Kuzma and Brandon Ingram’s team lost to Team World 155-124 in the Rising Stars Challenge Friday night is of little consequence.
That Kuzma, Ingram and the injured Lonzo Ball were on the opposite side of the court of Philadelphia’s Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons and Dario Saric?.. L.A. Times 16 hours ago
Nathan Chen makes history with five quads, but comes just short of an Olympic medal Don’t be deceived by the warm smile and understated sense of humor. There’s a fighter inside of Nathan Chen.
That part of Chen emerged in furious and spectacular fashion in the free skate segment of the men’s figure skating competition Saturday, a day after a disastrous short program.. L.A. Times 15 hours ago
There is something states can do to prevent school shootings: Pass a 'red flag' law I have one question for lawmakers in Washington and in statehouses across the nation: How many people must die before you do something?
It was not enough when 26 people, kids and educators, were gunned down at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Or when 49 people died at the Pulse nightclub in.. L.A. Times 13 hours ago
College basketball: St. Bonaventure upsets No. 16 Rhode Island 77-74 Standing alone with the ball under the basket, St. Bonaventure forward LaDarien Griffin had only one thought come to mind.
“Don't miss,” Griffin said of his dunk with 21.5 seconds remaining that provided the go-ahead points in the Bonnies 77-74 win over Rhode Island, and snapped the.. L.A. Times 16 hours ago
Tiger Woods misses the cut as a crowd forms near the top of the leaderboard at the Genesis Open Patrick Cantlay, Graeme McDowell and Sam Saunders lead the field at seven under par after the incomplete second round of the Genesis Open at tricky, penal Riviera Country Club.
But they’re hardly creating any distance between themselves and their followers. Just behind them impacted are.. L.A. Times 18 hours ago