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Violence erupts in Baltimore: Hogan declares emergency, activates Guard

(Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post)

At least 15 officers were injured and 27 people were arrested as crowds of young people protesting the treatment of Freddie Gray moved south through the city, setting fire to vehicles and at least one store.

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    Gov. Hogan: National Guard a 'last resort' in Baltimore

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    Protesters clash with Baltimore police

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    Protesters hurled rocks at police in riot gear in Baltimore after the funeral for 25-year-old Freddie Gray, who died in police custody.

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    Images from Baltimore: Police injured in protests

    Images from Baltimore: Police injured in protests

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    Rocks and other objects were thrown at officers who confronted small groups of protesters outside a shopping mall in northwest Baltimore, officials said.

    Protests in Baltimore flare up after Freddie Gray’s funeral

    Rocks and other objects were thrown at officers who confronted small groups of protesters outside a shopping mall in northwest Baltimore, officials said.

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