Boston Marathon Bombing -- News Updates May 2, 2013

Here's The Latest On The Boston Marathon Bombings -- CNN

Boston (CNN) -- Here are the most recent developments in the investigation into the April 15 Boston Marathon bombings:

New developments:

-- The body of Boston bombings suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev remained Thursday in the custody of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner of Massachusetts, according to Terrel Harris, an office spokesman. Tsarnaev's cause of death will not be made public until the body is released and the death certificate is filed with Boston's city clerk's office, he said.

Previously reported developments:

-- The Kazakhstan Foreign Ministry said it was offering consular services to Dias Kadyrbayev and Azamat Tazhayakov, who were charged with obstructing justice in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings. "We would like to emphasize that our citizens did not receive charges of involvement in the organization of the Boston Marathon bombings. They were charged with destroying evidence," the ministry said in a statement.

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More News On The Boston Marathon Bombings

Who's who in the Boston Marathon bombing investigation -- NBC
Timeline: The Boston Marathon bombing, manhunt and investigation -- CNN
Sources: Bombing suspects had originally planned for July 4 attack -- CBS/AP
Sources: Boston bombs built in older Tsarnaev's home, first target was July 4 -- CNN
Boston Marathon bombing suspects initially planned July 4th attack --
Boston suspects had plotted July 4 attack, investigators say -- NBC
Official: Boston bomb plot had been set for July 4th -- USA Today
Marathon bombing probe expands in Boston, overseas -- Washington Post
New information revealed about Boston Marathon bombs -- FOX News
Vaseline, Fireworks and Text Messages: What We Learned From New Boston Bombing Arrests -- Time
After Boston Attack, 3 Friends Covered It Up, Prosecutors Say -- New York Times
Boston bombing probe: Three suspects told stories that don't match -- Christian Science Monitor
American dream goes sour for Kazakhs charged over bombings -- Reuters
Boston bombing suspect may get away, no death penalty -- Washington Times
What did suspected bomber's widow know? -- CNN
Body of Boston Marathon bombing suspect claimed -- Reuters
Boston Bombing Suspect’s Body Taken by Family, State Says -- Bloomberg Businessweek
Remains of Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect Claimed -- ABC News/AP

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