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Sundown: ‘We Will Keep Going’

President addresses Boston memorial, anti-Semites push conspiracy theories

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President Barack Obama exits after speaking at an interfaith prayer service for victims of the Boston Marathon attack titled "Healing Our City," at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross on April 18, 2013 in Boston, Massachusetts.(Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

• “We may be momentarily knocked off our game, but we’ll pick ourselves up, we will keep going, we will finish the race,” President Obama said at a memorial service for the victims of Monday’s Boston Marathon bombing. [Boston Herald]

• The Anti-Defamation League reports that the same anti-Semitic conspiracy theorists who accused “Zionists” of committing the Newtown school shootings are now suggesting that Jews were responsible for Monday’s attacks, which fell on Israel’s Memorial Day. [ADL]

• Secretary of State John Kerry asked his former colleagues on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee not to pursue a new round of Iran sanctions right now, in order to give time for diplomatic initiatives to play out. [The Hill]

• Kela Israeli Intelligence, a firm staffed with former operatives from the Israel Defense Forces’ 8200 Unit, is gaining popularity among American hedge funds. [Forbes]

• A new documentary about Bernie Madoff, featuring his longtime secretary Eleanor Squillari, premieres Friday at the Tribeca Film Festival. [WSJ]

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