Boston Marathon heightens security measures after bombing attack
By Eric M. Johnson
(Reuters) - Boston Marathon organizers have banned runners from bringing bags and imposed other measures to tighten security for the April race after a twin bomb attack near the finish line last year killed three people and wounded 264.
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