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Kabul Suicide Bomb Blast Hits NATO Convoy

A car bomb struck a foreign military convoy in central Kabul on Tuesday, according to the country's interior ministry. One Afghan civilian was killed and 22 were injured, police said. Capt. Susan Harrington, a spokeswoman for NATO, confirmed the attack had taken place and that no coalition forces had been killed. "A four armored-vehicle convoy of foreign forces was attacked by a suicide bomber in a Toyota Corolla," according to Kabul police chief Gen. Abdul Rahman. He said the "barbaric attack [was] carried out by the enemies of peace in this holy month of Ramadan." The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack via Twitter. Read »
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Historic Oregon Stadium Engulfed in Flames

A 78-year-old abandoned stadium went up in flames Monday in Eugene, Oregon, just two months after a deal was made to renovate the place for a kids' sports facility. Onlookers mournfully sang, "Take Me Out to the Ballgame." No injuries were reported.Civic Stadium, which was owned by the Eugene School District and seats 6,800 people, was home to baseball, football and other sports until the minor-league Eugene Emeralds left the site in 2009. Read »