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Two killed, seven wounded in two Washington, DC shootings; police seek suspects: reports

Reuters Friday, 20 September 2019
Two shootings in Washington, D.C. left two people dead and seven injured late on Thursday, reports by police and several media outlets said, as authorities on Friday hunted for a pair of suspects from one of the attacks likely armed with an assault rifle.
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