WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. At least 71 are feared dead and more than 120 injured in an explosion at a commuter bus station outside Nigeria’s capital, Abuja, during morning rush hour. The blast tore a hole four feet deep in the ground and caused at least 30 vehicles to explode as their gas tanks ignited. No group came forward to accept responsibility, though the Islamist group Boko Haram, which has staged other violent incidents around the country, is a suspect; bus stations are a favored target of Islamic extremists in Nigeria, the Associated Press reported.