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2 people dead from gun violence during Baltimore’s ‘nobody kill anybody’ weekend

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A cease-fire in Baltimore called for by activists was broken when two people became victims of gun violence in the city. This came less than 48 hours into what activists were calling the “nobody kill anybody” weekend. So far in 2017, 210 people have been killed by gunfire in Baltimore.