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>> More than a day after Saturday night's blast in New York City injuring 29 people, it's still not clear who is behind the bombing or why they did it.>> Was it a political motivation, a personal motivation, what was it? We do not know that yet.>> This surveillance video shows the white flash of the explosion in New York's Chelsea neighborhood.
Blocks away from a second device later found by police which did not explode. The Chelsea blast went off around 8:30 Saturday night, hours after another homemade bomb went off in neighboring New Jersey where no one was hurt. Reuter's correspondent, Scott Malone.>> There are some similarities between the devices.
Which detonated in New York and New Jersey, and the third device found in Manhattan that did not go off. Though investigators are quick to say that, while there are some parallels, that does not necessarily say that they were linked.>> Everyone hurt in the Chelsea bombing has been released from the hospital.
New York governor Andrew Cuomo called the incident an act of terrorism, but said investigators have so far found no links to the international groups. ISIS is claiming responsibility for Saturday's stabbing rampage at a shopping mall in Minnesota.