In this June 26, 2005 file photo, the 'King of Kings' statue of Jesus Christ stands outside of Solid Rock Church in Monroe, Ohio. The six-story-tall statue of Jesus with his arms raised along a highway was struck by lightning in a thunderstorm on Monday night, and burned to the ground, police said. The Dayton Daily News/AP/File
A Nov. 17, 2004 file photo shows traffic on I-75 just north of the Monroe, Ohio, going by a six story high statue of Jesus under construction at the Solid Rock Church. The 62-foot-tall statue was made of plastic, foam, and fiberglass over a steel frame. Glenn Hartong/The Enquirer/AP/File
Flames shoot up from the 'King of Kings' statue of Jesus Christ in the early morning hours of Tuesday, June 15. The six-story-tall statue of Jesus with his arms raised along a highway was struck by lightning around 11:15 p.m. Tiffani West-May/The Dayton Daily News/AP
The frame is all that remains after the statue burned to the ground. Carrie Cochran/The Cincinnati Enquirer/AP
Passers-by photograph the frame of the 'King of Kings' statue. Carrie Cochran/The Cincinnati Enquirer/AP
Smoke rises from the remains of the statue. Vincent Rush/AP
In this March 2008 file photo, the 'King of Kings' statue of Jesus Christ stands outside of Solid Rock Church. Nick Graham/The Journal/AP
The leader of the Boko Haram terrorist network released a video Saturday claiming responsibility for the massive explosion at a busy bus station near Nigeria's capital Monday, which killed at least 75 people. The video makes no mention of more than 100 girls who were abducted this week.
Michelle Faul, Associated Press /
April 19, 2014
Islamic extremists Saturday claimed responsibility for the massive rush-hour explosion earlier this week that ripped through a busy bus station in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, killing at least 75 people and wounding 141.