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By Marina Lopes
New York City’s 12-day, killing-free streak, the longest period the city has gone without a homicide in at least 20 years, ended this weekend with the murder of a 28-year-old Queens resident.
Ray Suarez talks to photographer Jon Lowenstein about covering violence in Chicago.
Mohamed Merah, an accused gunman claiming ties to al-Qaida, was holed up Wednesday in an apartment in Toulouse, France. Merah is suspected in seven homicides. Margaret Warner and The New York Times' Steven Erlanger discuss France's latest terror concerns.
By Talea Miller
Norma Cruz heads Fundacion Sobrevivientes (the Survivors' Foundation) in Guatemala City. The foundation works to help victims of gender violence and pushes for prosecution of the crimes.
Jeffrey Brown reports on the HBO series "The Wire," which looks at the troubled streets of Baltimore through an unusual lens, and talks to creator David Simon about his attempt to break the traditional "cop show" genre.
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