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Dying British Synagogue Gives Away Torah Scrolls as Closing Nears


A synagogue in the northern English city of Bradford has given away its Torah scrolls as it prepares to shutter due to dwindling numbers.Read More

Boston Exhales as Manhunt Ends With Capture of Marathon Bombing Suspect

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After living in fear for four days, Boston let out a sigh of relief on Friday evening.Read More

Second Suspect in Boston Marathon Bombing Captured

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Boston Police said that they have taken custody of the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was caught cowering in a backyard boat.Read More

Second Suspect in Boston Bombings Surrounded, Local Media Reports

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The surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings was surrounded by police on Friday in the suburb of Watertown, local media reported. No independent confirmation at this time.Read More

Boston Bombings Edge Into U.S. Immigration Debate in Congress

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An already contentious immigration bill became the lightning rod for more controversy on Friday when a senior Republican U.S. senator linked the measure to the Boston Marathon bombings and the hunt for the two ethnic Chechen suspects.Read More

Sirens Ring To Commemorate 70th Anniversary of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

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Sirens wailed in two Polish cities as the country commemorated the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw ghetto uprising.Read More

Pro-Moscow Chechen Leader Blames U.S. for Boston Bombing

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Pro-Moscow Chechen Leader Blames U.S. For Boston BombingRead More

Boston Suspect Praises Islam, Chechnya Independence on Web Page

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Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev posted links to Islamic websites and others calling for Chechen independence on what appears to be his page on a Russian language social networking site.Read More

Boston Bombing Suspects Showed Few Radical Signs

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The suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings are ethnic Chechen brothers who spent much of their lives away from the breakaway Russian republic and showed few outward signs of radicalism in the United States.Read More

Boston Bombers Bring Echo of Chechnya's Legacy of Violence

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During the lifetime of the two Boston bombing suspects, their homeland Chechnya has seen two Russian invasions unleash some of Europe’s worst bloodshed in generations, and produced fighters who have carried out horrific attacks on civilians.Read More

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