Boston Marathon Explosion

A jury in Massachusetts has sentenced Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death. The seven-woman, five-man jury revealed
One year on from the terrorist attack that left three dead and 260 injured, thousands of runners lined up on Monday to take
Three months ago I was crossing the line of the Boston Marathon. It was one of the happiest moments of my life. I had run a PB. I had completed the ultimate marathon for any serious distance runner... Then two bombs went off 100 yards from our table and I found myself running for my life through the streets of Boston. Rolling Stone was right to present the story as it did. Kids are not idiots. The readers of Rolling Stone are not going to read this article and think bombing a marathon is cool. Instead they may take a cold hard look at who they are and what they want to do, because they do not want to end up like Jahar Tsarnaev
Elia speaks of an 'alleviation of fear' at the news of Dzhokhar's dramatic arrest 24 hours later. 'I just hope the main response is that authorities take more security measures to ensure tragedies like this do not happen again. Being a very liberal Democrat, I do worry that society could scapegoat minorities, but I really hope this will not be the case.'
US Vice President Joe Biden has led tributes to the police officer who was killed during the hunt for the Boston marathon
The surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings has been charged with using a weapon of mass destruction and could
A Nike t-shire with the slogan "Boston Massacre", with bold white lettering dripping with blood is reportedly being removed
A person using this defense of splitting will be vulnerable and possibly even seek out a group that has as its central mission, restoring him to the true Islam. At the same time, he could destroy the corrupted West - which may have become for him the symbol of his corrupted self, that he now wishes to disown.
Know this Boston, like you, we do not cower, we do not back down or take a backwards step in the face of such an atrocity. We do the opposite; we go forward, running as fast as we can, as we dare. We take your pain, make it our own, and push ourselves further with it. We are with you Boston, over each and every one of those 26.2 miles.
Police patrolling the London marathon will be on high alert, with numbers boosted in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings
When the news came of in the Boston Marathon bomb attack, Britain's sense of sorrow was tinged with sad pragmatism. Would
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As terrible as that is, we can take comfort in the fact that while terrorists celebrate in that brief moment of human frailty, they always underestimate the strength of the human spirit. Like 9/11 and the London bombings have so powerfully demonstrated, we always bounce back and become stronger than before.
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Britain's most senior police officer said security around Baroness Thatcher's funeral and the London Marathon will be stepped
London's marathon this weekend offers us an opportunity for an immediate response. Let the politicians, security services and 24 hour news handle the pursuit of justice and let's stick to what we can do. To extend the sense of community that we saw in Boston and to show defiance to the perpetrators I think we have to turn out and support London's brave 26 milers this weekend.
On the same day as the Boston bombings at least 33 were killed and 160 wounded in a string of bomb attacks across Iraq. Attacks which did not take place before the US led invasion of the country. The same media coverage was not afforded to the dead in Iraq, nor did Obama seek to comment on the issue.
It's no surprise for me to read reports this morning of many runners completing the marathon and continuing to run to the nearest hospital to donate blood. These are hardy men and women, devoted to accomplishing their goals.
Boston has spent Tuesday trying to come to terms with the aftermath of the bombings at the end of the city's marathon on
President Obama has said the people responsible for the explosions in Boston will "feel the full weight of justice", as the