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New Orleans Murder Rate Gets Even Worse

New York City could look back on 2007 as the year it recorded the lowest number of homicides in more than 40 years, while the number of murders increased in Washington, D.C., after years of decline. New Orleans – the bloodiest city in the country in 2006 – got even bloodier in 2007, with 209 murders. That was 48 more than in 2006, when its 161 homicides put its murder rate far ahead of even such deadly cities as Gary, Indiana, and Detroit. Full Story

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