One Boston marathon bombing suspect killed

Why Chechens Think The Tsarnaev Brothers Were Framed
The Tsarnaev brothers’ forceful and charismatic aunt, Maret Tsarnaeva, had barely begun her lecture to the press that had gathered outside her Toronto house this morning when she crossed the line: “I’m suspicious that this was staged. The picture was staged,” she said.

Boston bombings may complicate U.S.-Russian diplomacy over Syria
The possible link between the Boston Marathon bombings and Chechnya’s struggle for independence from Russia is likely to harden Russian opposition to any outside intervention in Syria and complicate the question of whether to arm the Syrian rebels.

No Miranda rights for now for bombing suspect
The Boston Marathon bombing suspect captured Friday night will not be immediately read his Miranda rights, a Justice Department official said.

Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro Sworn in…
Nicolas Maduro was sworn in as Venezuelan president for the constitutional period 2013 – 2019 today, promising to continue Hugo Chavez’s legacy and spearhead “a revolution of the revolution”.

Death toll at 14 in Texas fertilizer plant blast
A law enforcement official says two more bodies have been recovered in the wake of the Texas fertilizer plant explosion, bringing the death toll from the blast to 14.

Chechen President Says American Upbringing to Blame
The Chechen president has apparently released a statement that blames the suspects’ American upbringing for their alleged terrorist activity.

Boston Bomb Suspect Captured Alive in Backyard Boat
A senior Justice Department official told ABC News that federal law enforcement officials are invoking the public safety exception to the Miranda rights, so that Tsarnaev will be questioned immediately without having Miranda rights issued to him.
The Miranda exemption exists to protect the public safety from another attack, according to the official.

Marathon Bombing Suspect Captured In Watertown
After a nearly two-hour standoff in a Watertown neighborhood, Tsarnaev was taken from the scene…

Marathon Bombing Suspect Surrounded In Watertown Minutes After Lockdown Lifted

Boston Suspects: What’s Known by the Facts
In an attempt to scissor out the speculative nature of much mainstream reporting, the following is a list of established facts regarding the two named suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings earlier this week.

Boston Bomb Suspect’s Dad Tells Him to Surrender, Warns ‘ Hell Will Break Loose’ if Son Dies
The father of suspected Boston Marathon bomber called on his son today to give up peacefully, but warned the U.S. that if his son is killed “all hell will break loose.”

2nd Uncle Of Bombing Suspects: ‘Yesterday He Called Me’

Boston bombing suspects identified as Tsarnaev brothers from Russia, near Chechnya
AP sources identify the surviving Boston bomber as Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19. The man is said to be from Russia’s south, not far from the Chechen Republic.

Boston Marathon suspect is killed, second on loose after extraordinary firefight

AP sources: Boston bomb suspects from Russia region near Chechnya, lived in US at least 1 year

Djohar Tsarnaev’s page

Boston bombings: one suspect killed, one on the loose

Boston marathon bombing suspect KILLED in shoot-out: Second terrorist still on run after gun battle that left cop dead as police warn: ‘terrorist on loose wants to kill you – do not open your door’

Boston Marathon killer pictured walking calmly away from scene of horror: New image shows suspect seconds after his bomb went off

Venezuela’s Electoral Council Approves Audit of 100 Percent of Votes
Venezuela’s National Electoral Council (CNE) announced Thursday that it would carry out an audit of 100 percent of the votes in last Sunday’s presidential elections.

Massive blast reduces Texas town to ‘war zone’: Up to 15 dead including five firefighters and hundreds more injured as explosion rips through fertilizer plant

Massive Fertilizer Explosion in Texas Town; Many Dead

Dozens reported injured in explosion at Texas fertilizer plant

Report Urges White House to Rethink Iran Penalties

A panel of former senior American officials and outside experts, including several who recently left the Obama administration, issued a surprisingly critical assessment of American diplomacy toward Iran on Wednesday, urging President Obama to become far more engaged and to reconsider the likelihood that harsh sanctions will drive Tehran to concessions.

Robert Fisk: Beware wishful thinking. Assad isn’t going soon
The West has an odd habit of assuming dictators we don’t like will simply disappear

Surreal: US Troops Stage in Jordan to Defend Al Qaeda in Syria
Massive US arms/aid deliveries prop up Al Qaeda in Syria, while US troops stage in Jordan to defend terrorists they spent last decade fighting.

Pervez Musharraf on the run after Pakistan court arrest order
Former President Pervez Musharraf is on the run after a Pakistani court ordered the cancellation of his bail application and subsequent arrest.

Following Bombing That Killed Afghan Children, Karzai Fingers CIA
Controversary centers around shadowy ‘unofficial commando units’ operating in the country

Pervez Musharraf taken into custody on charges of terrorism
Former military dictator returned to ‘save’ Pakistan but must now face possibility of being tried for treason

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