New Boston suspects' images

The FBI has released two fresh images of two possible suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings.

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Boston Marathon bombers 'could be anywhere'

Former FBI agent Tanya DeGenova told Daybreak the release of the CCTV images is "extremely important for the people who live in Boston and globally".

She said: "At this point we don't know whether is these [people] are home grown terrorists or if they are foreigners who have come to the United states, and they could be anywhere".


FBI says suspects are 'armed and extremely dangerous'

FBI Special Agent Richard DesLauriers said the Bureau had identified two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing investigation.

"The nation is counting on those who have information to come forward and provide it to us," he added.

DesLauriers said investigators regard the suspects as "armed and extremely dangerous," adding that "identifying and locating those responsible is now (our) highest priority."

Over 4,000 donate to Boston newlyweds injured in blasts

Patrick and Jessica Downes were wounded in the Boston Marathon bombings. Credit:

The families of a newlywed couple injured in the Boston Marathon bombings who both suffered a leg amputation below the knee have thanked supporters for an outpouring of donations.

The families of Patrick and Jessica Downes said that the generosity from friends and strangers has restored their faith in humanity. The couple were married in Boston in August.

More than 4,400 people have donated more than $246,000 (£161,000) to the couple through a page hosted by They are both said to be in a stable condition.

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