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ATLANTA: Almost before the echoes of Saturday morning's explosion had died away, Olympic organizers were defying the bombers and proclaiming the games would go on. Two days after the attack, Atlantans and visitors to the games are packing Olympic venues and strolling through the streets. The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games is enhancing security in Centennial Park, which is set to reopen on Tuesday. Random bag searches are part of the upgraded security precautions. As 17 of the people injured in the bomb attack remained in the hospital, the FBI searched busily for the bombers. Coping with a deluge of information Terence Nelan