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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving suspect in the Boston bombings, told investigators that it was his brother, Tamerlan, and not internationalist terror cell members, who plotted the April 15 marathon attacks.
The influence of radical Islam is on the rise around the world — and in the United States.
U.S. investigators have gone to the war-battered Russian North Caucasus to interview the family of the Chechen-American brothers accused of being behind the Boston Marathon bombing.
The two brothers suspected in bombing the Boston Marathon were not permitted to own handguns in the area they lived, authorities said Sunday.
Federal prosecutors charged suspected bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Monday with conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction in the deadly attack on the Boston Marathon, as the Obama administration opted for a civilian court with a possible death sentence over dubbing him an "enemy combatant" for investigative reasons.
The only reason the carjacking victim in the hunt for Boston Marathon bombing suspects Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev wasn't killed was that he wasn't an American, several media outlets have reported
Islamic extremists in the Russian North Caucasus, from where the family of the accused Boston Marathon bombers hail, have denied any involvement with the brothers' crime.
Both Chechnya's Moscow-backed president and the Islamic extremists seeking to overthrow him have distanced themselves in blog postings from the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing, claims analysts take seriously.
Police on Friday night captured a 19-year-old college student sought in the Boston Marathon bombings, bringing a dramatic end to a weeklong terrorist spree that killed three spectators, wounded more than 180 civilians and left one police officer and the suspect's elder brother and accomplice dead.