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AP-US--Boston Marathon Bombing,ADVISORY, US

Editors:The two bombs that exploded near the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon killed three and wounded dozens, shattering the jubilation surrounding the storied race and submerging the city and its suburbs in a week of chaos. The Associated Press plans the following cross-format coverage for the April 15 anniversary of the attacks and in advance of the 2014 marathon, which is scheduled for April 21 (All times are EDT):— UPDATES story and photo movement.— SUBS BOSTON MARATHON for BOSTON MARATHON-ELITE RUNNERS, to move Saturday.BOSTON MARATHON BOMBING-ARTIFACTSBOSTON — After the twin bombings at the Boston Marathon, mourners began leaving thousands of items at a makeshift memorial near the finish line to honor the victims of the attacks. Some left teddy bears, signs and marathon bibs while others draped running sneakers to commemorate the three people killed and more than 260 injured during the April 15 attacks. To mark the anniversary of the bombings, the material will be curated...

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