Boston Marathon bombings
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Battling back: Stories of the victims
All but four of the more than 250 people hurt in the Boston bombings and following mayhem have survived.
Here is a look at those who died and those now recovering.
Jennifer Jenkins contributed to these reports. By Wilson Andrews, Amy Gardner and Tim Richardson. Published April 23, 2013.
For 102 hours last week, nothing seemed certain in the manhunt that paralyzed Boston and its residents.
The brothers suspected of being the Boston Marathon bombers lived in Kyrgyzstan (and possibly elsewhere) before emigrating to the United States in the early to mid-2000s.
Several relatives of Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev spoke to The Washington Post and other media on Friday. Their words ranged from angry and skeptical to sad, exhausted and resigned.