MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) – A radical Islamist sect claimed responsibility Tuesday for weekend attacks that have killed at least 58 people including two lawmakers in central Nigeria, adding a new dimension to a security crisis in a region that has seen years of religious violence. Christians "will not know peace again" if they do not accept Islam, said a statement from the Boko Haram sect obtained by The Associated Press. The northern-based group claimed responsibility for weekend attacks in Plateau state, though some suggested they had acted with local communities. [Link]