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Entire city of Boston locked down: One suspect dead; manhunt on for second Boston Bombings ‘terrorist’

One suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings is dead after a violent stand-off with police in Massachusetts, and a manhunt is on in nearby Watertown, Mass., for the second suspect, Dzhokar Tsarnaev, 19. Authorities believe the two suspects, brothers, were in the United States for about a year and may have had overseas military experience. Read More
/ Source: Morning Joe

One suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings is dead after a violent stand-off with police in Massachusetts, and a manhunt is on in nearby Watertown, Mass., for the second suspect, Dzhokar Tsarnaev, 19. Authorities believe the two suspects, brothers, were in the United States for about a year and may have had overseas military experience. Read More

One suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings is dead after a violent standoff with police in Massachusetts, and another–his 19-year-old brother– is still at large. A manhunt for the second suspect, who appeared in a white hat in photos released by the FBI, is ongoing in Watertown, Mass. The entire city of Boston, as well as several neighboring towns, have been ordered to stay inside with their doors locked, Gov. Deval Patrick said at Friday morning press conference.

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Entire city of Boston locked down: One suspect dead; manhunt on for second Boston Bombings ‘terrorist’