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The Chechen Factor and the Marathon Bombings

Last Monday I was on Boylston Street, having just completed my first Boston Marathon, when the bombs detonated. As is so often the case in the digital age, I may have been just a couple of hundred yards from the epicenter, but in the immediate aftermath, people watching on television and following via social media knew far more than I about the unfolding horror. I could hear the sirens, could see some anxious faces, but I was shielded from the full force of events.

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Justin Burke is the executive editor of Eurasianet.

The Chechen Factor and the Marathon Bombings

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