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Their catches still uncertain, their sneakers worn and unsuitable, a team of young South Africans is trying to find success in a sport that that's a traditional favorite in their country, but rare in their own neighborhood — rugby. The Katlehong Tigers are the one of the few amateur rugby teams in Katlehong, a cramped neighborhood flanked by factories, built only for black people under the racist apartheid system. Rugby has long been associated with and dominated by white South Africans and black players were barred from playing on the top teams. The South African government has used quota systems and funding for amateur leagues as it has tried to diversify the sport since the country's 1995 Rugby World Cup win, where Nelson Mandela lifted the trophy.

Witnesses said that a woman suicide bomber blew up in the midst of a crowded evangelical Christian church service in northeast Nigeria on Sunday and killed at least five people.It is the latest bombing in a string of attacks blamed on Islamic extremist group Boko Haram that's killed some 200 people in the past week.Nearly 100 men and boys praying in mosques were gunned down on Wednesday, and a local official said Sunday that 21 more bodies have been recovered from burnt-out houses since then.Boko Haram took control of a large swath of northeast Nigeria last year and declared an Islamic caliphate.

Two people were killed and three remained missing after the pontoon boat they were riding in hit a barge and capsized in the Ohio River. Fire Chief Greg Frederick said nine people were aboard the boat and that four were rescued after the accident shortly before 10 p.m. He said authorities planned to search for survivors until Sunday night, and that the Civil Air Patrol was helping in the search.