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Boston Marathon: Other cities beef up security in response to explosions
First Published Apr 15 2013 04:16 pm • Last Updated Apr 15 2013 04:24 pm

Police in New York, D.C. and London beefed up security in response to two explosions at the Boston Marathon.

Boston Marathon: Other cities beef up security in response to explosions

The explosions at the Boston Marathon led police from New York to London to increase security.New York City deployed counter-terrorism units at major landmarks, bridges and tunnels.Police in London, which is hosting the next major marathon Sunday, said they are reviewing security plans.In Washington, police put up yellow caution tape around Pennsylvania Avenue near the White House, pushing pedestrians back to Lafayette Park.Los Angeles police said they will be adding officers and bomb-sniffing dogs to major sporting events starting with ...

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