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It is hoped that the verdict to execute the surviving Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will close a "painful chapter", a US congressman has said.
Joe Kennedy III, who represents Massachusetts' 4th Congressional District, said via his official Twitter account:
Nothing will give us back what was lost at the 2013 Boston Marathon, but may this verdict bring a painful chapter to its close.