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9 August 2002

Associated Press

WASHINGTON — The homicide rate in Washington surged 36 percent this year, but local officials insist it doesn't harken a return to the days when the city was known as the nation's "murder capital." Police say a proliferation of drugs, gangs and prostitution are to blame and officers are being redeployed to better target crime areas and the places that have seen the greatest jumps in violence. So far this year, 148 homicides have been reported, compared with 109 at... (

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