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A massive manhunt was under way Friday morning in Boston and its surburbs, after one suspect in the deadly Boston Marathon bombings died in a confrontation with police and the second was identified as a 19-year-old immigrant from Kyrgystan who, a classmate said, attended high school in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Boston, Watertown and several other suburbs were in a state of lockdown, with mass transit canceled, schools and business closed and residents ordered to stay indoors, authorities said.

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