Hoops 8 February 7
Highlights from the final Tuesday of the regular season.
The Terrapins advanced to the Elite Eight with a 76-59 win over the Fighting Irish.
The Israeli military said two Israelis were wounded Saturday evening in a drive-by shooting in the occupied West Bank, the latest in months-long violence between Israel and the Palestinians. The attack was the third to take place in the Palestinian town of Huwara in less than a month. The condition of the two injured Israelis was not immediately known.
Diamond Miller struggled early, but Maryland erupted in a big way in the second half.
The winner of the game moves on to face Maryland in the Elite Eight.
Search and rescue operations are underway after a devastating tornado tore through Mississippi and Alabama late Friday. Sharkey County in western Mississippi, including the town of Rolling Fork, was particularly hard-hit. Jourdan Hartshorn, the Mississippi coordinator for the volunteer organization United Cajun Navy, told ABC News that most of the buildings in Rolling Fork were damaged or destroyed.
The man is not believed to have visited the nearby AvidXChange Music Factory or other businesses, a CMPD official said at the scene.
Continental Cup winners Arsenal moved to within two points of Women’s Super League leaders Chelsea.
Powerful tornadoes left a trail of destruction across rural Mississippi Friday night. Deaths, injuries, damage and power outages have been reported.
Israeli Defence Minister Yoav Gallant said on Saturday he plans to deliver a special statement at 8:40 p.m. (1740 GMT). Gallant was set to call on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to halt legislation for a contested judicial overhaul after discussing its impact on national security with him on Thursday, Israel's N12 News said. On Thursday, Netanyahu summoned Gallant after reports the minister wanted to halt the government's judicial overhaul plans, as cracks opened in the ruling coalition over the bitterly disputed project.
Such a move would not violate nuclear nonproliferation agreements, Putin said, adding that the United States had stationed nuclear weapons on the territory of European allies. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has long raised the issue of stationing tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus, which borders Poland, Putin said.
The remaining No. 1 seeds – South Carolina and Virginia Tech – take the court Saturday as the women's NCAA Tournament continues with Sweet 16 action.
The two men were turned over to U.S. Border Patrol
The United Nations held its first water conference in decades, focusing on crises and solutions. The U.N. chief said 'water is in deep trouble' globally.
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