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The Latter Passage is open on the day after the bombing in NYC

NEW YORK – The Latest news about the explosion in the subway of New York system (all times are local):

8:20 pm

A passage connecting New York Port Authority bus terminal and Times Square subway station is back in use after the day a bomb went off.

Security remains tight citywide on Tuesday.

A NYPD official says the man accused of the explosion of the bomb was not previously known to the authorities.

Deputy-Commissioner for Counterterrorism and Intelligence John Miller said on CBS “this morning” that Akayed Ullah was not on the police or the FBI radar for the Monday morning bomb on Times Square.

He says that it is becoming harder and harder to defend against such acts as would-be terrorists are going online to read propaganda without speaking for a larger group.

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7:50 pm

A NYPD official says the man accused of exploding a bomb in the subway of New York was not known to the authorities for the incident.

Deputy-Commissioner for Counterterrorism and Intelligence John Miller said on CBS “This Morning” on Tuesday that Akayed Ullah was not on the police or the FBI radar for the Monday morning bomb on Times Square.

He says that it is becoming harder and harder to defend against such acts as would-be terrorists are going online to read propaganda without speaking for a larger group.

The authorities say that Ullah intentional the bomb, in a long corridor connecting the Seventh and Eighth Roads in the vicinity of Times Square.

Only three other people were injured and they have suffered, ringing in the ears and headaches. Ullah suffered burns to his body and hands. He is talking with the police.

His family says they were shocked of the news.

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12:20 pm

A candidate suicide bomber’s rush-hour explosion in the heart of the New York City subway system is adding new fuel to President Donald Trump is pressure to limit immigration on the basis of family ties.

Trump is renewing his criticism of the U.S. immigration policy after Monday’s explosion in a passage in the vast Times Square subway station.

Suspicious Akayed Ullah came to the U.S. from Bangladesh in 2011 on a visa available for certain relatives of AMERICAN citizens.

Trump says that the program is not compatible with the national security.” Trump’s management has called for the limit of the family-based green cards to spouses and minor children.

The authorities say that Ullah was inspired by the Islamic State extremists. The crude pipe bomb left him with burns and several other people with minor injuries.

His family says it is “deeply saddened.”

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