Uncle's 'pity' for bomb victims

The uncle of the brothers suspected of carrying out last week's Boston bombings has told ITV News he feels great sympathy and pity for the victims. Speaking from his home in Dagestan, he said he was struggling to believe his nephews were responsible.

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America looks for answers after Boston bombing

The elder Boston bomb suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev died last night in a shootout with police, while 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev currently remains in custody.

The FBI has said they will continue their investigation to find out why the suspected bombers allegedly carried out the attack.

Neil Connery reports:

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