Castro's dream for Cuba's artists
Is the US military reliant on indentured workers?
19 Apr 2013 12:10 GMT
Massachusetts State Police Timothy Alben, left, speaks to reporters on Friday about the status of the two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings in Watertown, Massachusetts [Reuters]
Police officers search around buildings at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology near where a police officer was shot in Cambridge on Thursday [Reuters]
Police officers secure a school building at the MIT campus near where the police officer was believed to have been shot [Reuters]
Gunshots were heard near a building on the campus of MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the university said on its website on Thursday [Reuters]
Massachusetts state police, Cambridge Police and MIT Police search at the scene of the shooting in Cambridge on Thursday [EPA]
Media reports cited the Massachusetts state police in reporting that an officer had died in the shootout [EPA]
A Massachusetts state police officer stands guard at the scene after explosions hit the 117th Boston Marathon in the US city on April 15 [Reuters]
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