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KUALA LUMPUR: The Foreign Ministry has confirmed that no Malaysians have been reported to be affected by the Boston Marathon bombings in the United States on Tuesday.
BOSTON (Reuters) - Authorities suspect whoever perpetrated the Boston Marathon bombings carried heavy devices made out of pressure cookers in dark-coloured nylon bags or backpacks before dropping them near the finish line, causing the worst attack on U.S. soil since September 11, 2001.
BOSTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama called the Boston Marathon bombings an
BOSTON: Lelisa Desisa and Rita Jeptoo had already raised their Boston Marathon trophies on Monday when two explosions near the finish line killed at least two people and injured dozens.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The third fatal victim of Monday's Boston Marathon bombings was a Chinese citizen whose identity was not being made public at the request of the victim's family, the Chinese Consulate in New York said in a statement on Tuesday.
BOSTON (Reuters) - Authorities have arrested a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings based on security video that showed a man depositing a bag at the scene before the blasts, CNN reported on Wednesday, citing U.S. and Boston law enforcement sources.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A letter addressed to President Barack Obama carrying traces of a suspicious substance was received at a White House mail screening facility on Tuesday and preliminary tests showed it contained the deadly poison ricin, the FBI said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Authorities have arrested a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings based on security video that showed a man depositing a bag at the bomb scene before the blasts, CNN reported on Wednesday, citing U.S. and Boston law enforcement sources.
BOSTON (Reuters) - Investigators of the Boston Marathon bombings believe they have identified a suspect from security video taken before Monday's blasts killed three people and injured 176 others, a U.S. law enforcement source said on Wednesday.
LONDON: Race organisers said the London Marathon would go ahead on Sunday despite the death of at least two people in explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, but police said they would review security plans.