National security experts agree Boston bombers could be linked to Al Qaeda

More information is emerging about the two brothers believed to have set the bombs off at the Boston Marathon. They're young men from Chechnya, with good backgrounds in school bringing even more questions are coming to mind about why they did this.

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Militants from Chechnya and other restive regions in Russia's volatile North Caucasus have targeted Moscow and other areas with bombings and hostage-takings. This file photo shows a wounded boy being carried after he escaped from a seized school in Beslan, Northern Ossetia, Russia in 2004. The allegations of involvement in the Boston Marathon explosions would mark the first time militants from Chechnya had conducted a terror attack in the West. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev, File)
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