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    • Victims of a suicide bomb explosion at a World Cup viewing center receive treatment at Sani Abacha specialist hospital in Damaturu, Nigeria, June 18, 2014.
    • Damaged buildings and bloodstains on the street can be seen following a suicide bomb explosion at a World Cup viewing center, Damaturu, Nigeria, June 18, 2014.
    • Heavily damaged buildings and bloodstains on the street can be seen following a suicide bomb explosion at a World Cup viewing center, Damaturu, Nigeria, June 18, 2014.

    Blast Kills 21 at Nigeria World Cup Viewing Center

    Published June 18, 2014

    A bomb blast at a site where Nigerian football (soccer) fans had gathered to watch the World Cup has killed at least 21 people.


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