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Ibragim Todashev's father claims FBI shot son 'execution-style'

At news conference in Moscow on Thursday, Abdul-Baki Todashev showed journalists photographs that were allegedly of his son in a Florida morgue.

Boston bombing suspects' sister, Bella Tsarnaeva, faces pot charge (VIDEO)

The sister of the Boston bombing suspects is in a bit of trouble of her own.

When information is a crime

LONDON — In the deepening investigation of the Boston Marathon bombings, federal officials have reportedly found copies of the Al Qaeda magazine Inspire and other extremist materials on a computer belonging to Katherine Russell, the widow of suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev. If these reports are true, and if this case took place in the UK, no other evidence would be needed to arrest and prosecute Russell, 24.

The Israeli technology that may have helped identify the alleged Boston bombers

JERUSALEM — It’s a Bond-like scenario: There are thousands of hours of film, and lives depend on isolating a single image from the morass of footage. This is what the FBI faced in the immediate hours following the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15.

Tamerlan Tsarnaev: Tracing the roots of terror

MOSCOW — As investigators patch together Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s final years, the suspected Boston bomber's trajectory has increasingly begun to mirror that of many of his contemporaries in Russia's volatile, predominantly Muslim North Caucasus.

The brothers Tsarnaev: Roots of the alleged Boston bombers (VIDEO)

TOKMOK, Kyrgyzstan — On today's one-year annivesary of the Boston Marathon attack, GlobalPost looks back at some of our unique global coverage of the event. In this On Location video, we examined possible answers in suspects Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev's childhood home in the mountainous former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan.

New leads on Boston bombing point to Dagestan

Russian agents kept the elder Boston bombing suspect under surveillance during his Dagestan visit, but he suddenly disappeared after an insurgent died.

Raw Feed Video: Russians speak out on Boston bombing

MOSCOW, PIKALYOVO and OKULOVKA — As Russia helps in efforts to investigate the Boston Marathon bombing, Russians express sympathy for the victims and seem divided over the suspects' guilt.

Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev moved to prison hospital

Tsarnaev, who was badly injured during his capture by police, had been receiving treatment at the same hospital where several of the bomb victims were also being cared for.
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