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London Marathon to go ahead despite Boston blasts

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Race organisers said the London Marathon would go ahead on Sunday despite the death of at least three people in explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, but police said they would review security plans. 

The Boston Marathon finish line is pictured on April 15, 2013 after twin blasts kill at least three people and injure more than 100. Race organisers say the London Marathon would go ahead on Sunday, but police say they would review security plans.

British Prime Minister David Cameron wrote on Twitter that footage from the blasts was "shocking and horrific", and said that his thoughts were with those affected.

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