World reacts to Boston Marathon bombing

Published: Apr 16 2013 12:35:53 PM EDT   Updated On: Apr 16 2013 12:41:51 PM EDT

Condolences have flooded in from around the world after two explosions at Monday's Boston Marathon killed three and injured more than 170. Here are some of the statements on the Boston Marathon explosions.

UK Prime Minister David Cameron
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"The scenes from Boston are shocking and horrific - my thoughts are with all those who have been affected." –British Prime Minister David Cameron

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