What the Newspapers Look Like After Bombs in Boston

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What the Newspapers Look Like After Bombs in Boston

Terror. Massacre. Horrific. We all have many different words to describe the confounding events in Boston on Monday, and we will have many more, and moments of silence, too. But as the U.S. wakes up to the news of this day after, here are the front pages helping us understand. 

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The Boston Globe: 

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The Boston Herald:

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The Cape Cod Times:

The Standard Times (New Bedford, Massachusetts):

The New York Daily News:

The New York Times:

The Times (UK):

The Guardian:

Spain's El Pais:

And finally, The Reno Gazette-Journal:

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