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Young people join the crowd at Tuesday night's vigil for bombing victim Martin Richard, 8, in Boston.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: CJ GUNTHER / European Pressphoto Agency

Emma MacDonald, center, cries at the Boston Common vigil Tuesday for the victims of the marathon bombings.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Julio Cortez / Associated Press

A Boston police officer stands near the scene of a twin bombing at the Boston Marathon in Boston. The bombings at the 116-year-old race resulted in heightened security across the nation with cancellations of some professional sporting events as authorities search for a motive to the violence.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Spencer Platt / Getty Images

The unfinished meals of fleeing customers are left on tables at an outdoor restaurant near the scene of a twin bombing at the Boston Marathon.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Spencer Platt / Getty Images

Unused thermal blankets for marathon participants are piled near the scene of a twin bombing at the Boston Marathon on Monday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Spencer Platt / Getty Images

French soldiers patrol in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. France ordered police patrols to be stepped up after at least three people were killed and 144 others injured in two explosions on Monday near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FRED DUFOUR / AFP / Getty Images

An employee stands by coils of steel in the world's largest steel maker ArcelorMittal's "cold factory" at the French plant in Florange.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN / AFP / Getty Images

A young woman stands in front of a shop that buys and sells gold in Berlin. Gold prices reached a two-year low this week and many gold-mining companies are feeling a severe squeeze on profits.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Sean Gallup / Getty Images

Nigerian migrant workers wave Israeli flags during the Jewish state's 65th Independence Day celebrations in the Mediterranean coastal city of Tel Aviv.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JACK GUEZ / AFP / Getty Images

Steve Oratowski, from West Hollywood, grimaces as he receives a free meningitis vaccination at the AIDS Healthcare Foundation pharmacy in West Hollywood following the death of 33-year-old Brett Shaad, a West Hollywood man who died from the disease.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Al Seib / Los Angeles Times

The wreckage of a U.S. Marine CH-53E helicopter remains strewn on a South Korean army training field in Cheorwon. The helicopter crash-landed with 21 US soldiers, including five crew members, on board during an exercise near the border with North Korea amid heightened tensions. There were no reports of casualties.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YONHAP / AFP / Getty Images

A Somali child, suffering from malaria, recovers at a clinic in Mogadishu. Somalia's security forces launched a major operation searching for explosives and weapons, a day after a spectacular suicide attack by Islamist insurgents at Mogadishu's main court complex left 29 civilians dead and many more injured.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: TOBIN JONES / AFP / Getty Images

A supporter of Venezuelan opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles protests in front of riot police in Caracas. Venezuela's acting President Nicolas Maduro was proclaimed the winner of an election to succeed late leader Hugo Chavez here Monday, triggering protests as the opposition demanded a recount.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: LEO RAMIREZ / AFP / Getty Images

Riot police chase students outside a high school in Manama, Bahrain. Police in Bahrain's capital have raided a boys' high school and fired tear gas in clashes with students angry over a fellow student's arrest the day before.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Hasan Jamali / Associated Press

A former Yemeni prisoner at Bagram dressed in an orange prison uniform takes part with protesters during a demonstration demanding the release of Yemeni detainees in Guantanamo Bay prison in front of the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa, Yemen.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Hani Mohammed / Associated Press

A chicken slaughterhouse employee cleans broilers in ShengHua, a suburb of Shanghai. The H7N9 strain of bird flu was found in a 4-year-old boy in Beijing displaying none of the flu-like symptoms previously associated with the pathogen. The child was tested late Sunday as part of a routine screening of people in contact with fowl in the capital, Xinhua news agency said.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: EPA

An ethnic Tai Yai boy reacts as he has his head shaved by a Buddhist monk during the Poi Sang Long festival, a rite celebration of Buddhist novice ordination at Wat Hua Wiang temple in northern Thailand.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: RUNGROJ YONGRIT / EPA

A woman makes incense at Cao Thon in Hung Yen province, one of the biggest incense villages in Vietnam for over a hundred years.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: LUONG THAI LINH / EPA

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Tuesday’s “Pictures in the News” begins in Boston, where two crude but deadly bombs ripped through crowds at the Boston Marathon on Monday, turning the finish line into a scene of chaos and carnage, killing three, injuring at least 140 and closing down parts of central Boston. Federal authorities said it was not known whether the devices were detonated remotely. Both bombs appeared to be unsophisticated and did not include plastic explosives, one federal official familiar with the investigation said. More photos

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The wreckage of a U.S. Marine CH-53E helicopter remains strewn on a South Korean army training field in Cheorwon. The helicopter crash-landed with 21 soldiers, including five crew members, on board during an exercise near the border with North Korea amid heightened tensions. There were no deaths in the crash.

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2 Comments

  1. April 16, 2013, 8:52 am

    Reblogged this on mygallery2.chinuephillips.com and commented:
    Our thoughts are with Boston……….

  2. April 16, 2013, 10:03 am

    In these gruesome times, when there always seems to be someone with an evil bent creating devastation for so many others, it was good to see the heros doing whatever was needed for the fallen. This is what we are, not the bomber. My prayers are added to the many who are sent up for strength, comfort, healing restoration, and justice for all of the people who were affected by this evil doer.
    We must never lower our vigilance.

    By: zbe

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