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TIMES OF INDIA News, Apr 16, 2013

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AL JAZEERA News, Apr 16, 2013

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ABC News (Australia) - Dozens dead after huge Iranian quake shakes Middle East, Asia, Apr 16, 2013

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 "The US Geological Survey says the epicentre of the magnitude 7.8 quake was 86 kilometres from the city of Iranian Khash, near the border with Pakistan. It killed at least 35 people in neighbouring Pakistan, destroying hundreds of houses and shaking buildings as far away as India and Gulf Arab states. Search and rescue efforts are now underway in the sparsely-populated desert and mountain region. An Iranian provincial governor said there are no reports of deaths in Iran so far, but there were reports that 27 people had been injured. Communications to the area have been cut which is making it difficult for authorities to assess the number of casualties"
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BOSTON.com - Krystle Campbell of Arlington, who died from explosion injuries, ‘was always right there if you needed her, Apr 16, 2013































"By Bryan Marquard, Globe Staff As she did every year, Krystle Campbell of Arlington went to Copley Square for the finish of the Boston Marathon, drawn by the euphoria of crowds cheering runners through the final paces of the race. “She’s been doing it since she was a little girl,” said her grandmother, Lillian Campbell of Somerville. “She didn’t miss a Marathon, watching it at the finish line.” Krystle Campbell was standing along Boylston Street on Monday with another woman – her grandmother said she was Krystle’s best friend, Karen – when the explosions went off. Krystle died from her injuries and Karen was seriously injured, Lillian said. She said her granddaughter, who graduated from Medford High School, had worked for several years at Jasper White’s Summer Shack locations in Cambridge and Hingham before taking a job with Jimmy’s Steer House in Arlington recently."

SKY News: Aussies to attend London Marathon, Apr 16, 2013

Aussies to attend London Marathon
"Australians gearing up for the London Marathon are determined not to bow to the threat of terrorism following the fatal bomb attack in Boston. Security for Sunday's race in London is being reviewed after two explosions hit the Boston Marathon, and officials say the UK race will go ahead. At least three people were killed and more than 170 injured by the blasts near the finish of Monday's US event. Paralympians Kurt Fearnley, Christie Dawes and Nathan Arkley were shaken but unharmed in Boston and are among 21 Australians registered to compete in London. Fearnley, winner of the 2009 wheelchair race in London, is due to arrive in the UK today and his manager Michael Turner says he's almost certain to race. Dawes is yet to decide if she'll compete, and paralympians Madison De Rosario and Richard Colman are also expected to take part."
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OBAMA: Boston attack 'an act of terrorism', Apr 16, 2013

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"President Obama said Tuesday the FBI is investigating the Boston Marathon bombings as an "act of terrorism," but the perpetrators and motives remain a mystery. "What we don't yet know, however, is who carried out this attack or why, whether it was planned and executed by a terrorist organization, foreign or domestic, or was the act of a malevolent individual," Obama said in brief remarks at the White House. "Clearly, we're at the beginning of our investigation," Obama said. "It will take time to follow every lead and determine what happened, but we will find out. We will find whoever harmed our citizens, and we will bring them to justice.""
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TTP deny Boston Marathon blasts, Apr 16, 2013

"We believe in attacking US and its allies but we are not involved in this attack,” Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan told the media. “We have no connection to this bombing but we will continue to target them wherever possible,” Ehsan added. Monday’s explosions at the Boston Marathon, one of America’s top sporting events, forced cities from New York to Los Angeles to go on high alert and conjured up memories of the September 11, 2001 attacks."
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NEW YORK DAILY - Two brothers lose legs in Boston bombings, were standing near killed 8-year-old, Apr 16, 2013



 Brothers J.P. and Paul Norden, who both received severe leg injuries during the bombing of the Boston Marathon on Monday. Paul’s girlfriend was injured as well.

"Brothers J.P. and Paul Norden, who both received severe leg injuries during the bombing of the Boston Marathon on Monday. Paul’s girlfriend was injured as well. The call came as Liz Norden was carrying bags of groceries into her suburban home some 12 miles north of Boston. “Ma, I’m hurt real bad,” said Paul, her 31-year-old son, from the back of an ambulance speeding from the finish line of the Boston Marathon. His legs were badly burned, he told his mother."
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