Fear of additional explosions brought intensified security at subway and rail stations, airports, and other public places.
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Damage and Service Restoration Both subway stations were reopened soon after the bomb- ing.
The case studies were selected for their applicability to the overall project. For every pair of shoes that are purchased, the company gives a pair of shoes to a child in need somewhere in the world. Police officers barricaded the streets nearest the two stations and stopped all train traffic on the subway line.
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