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Monday, April 27, 2015

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Violence gripped Baltimore Monday night, after riots broke out following the funeral of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man who died in police custody. Here's what we know so far: - At least 15 police officers have been injured in the protests. Two remain hospitalized. - The Maryland governor has declared a state of emergency and has activated the National Guard. - The Baltimore Orioles are postponing tonight's game. This follows an incident at Saturday's game, when fans were instructed not to leave the stadium. - A large CVS pharmacy was looted and set on fire. A number of other businesses in the area have suffered the same fate. Read on for more news and updates. by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 9:58 AM Reply Permalink Share Make a comment Share Options Live Updating graphics.thomsonreuters.com by Brian Tracey via Graphics.thomsonreuters 9:51 AM Twitter patkiernan @patkiernan Baltimore mayor: "it is idiotic to think that by destroying your city you're going to make it better for anyone." A fire hose cut by rioters sprays water into the air as protesters and a line of police move in at the site of a burning CVS drug store during clashes in Baltimore, Maryland April 27, 2015. REUTERS/Jim Bourg by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 9:50 AM 9:48 AM Twitter davidclinchCNN @DavidClinchNews . @finessebryan Angry mother caught on camera slapping son for participating in #BaltimoreRiots twitter.com/finessebryan/s… 9:45 AM Twitter Andrew Peng @TheAPJournalist Baltimore police: 27 arrested as of half an hour ago. #FreddieGray 15 police officers injured in violence in Baltimore, two remain hospitalized: city official by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 9:41 AM 9:36 AM Twitter TheMarkBerman @markberman The Baltimore curfew will be 9 p.m. for people age 14 and younger A Baltimore resident (R) trying to restore order in his neighborhood speaks to a protester during clashes in Baltimore, Maryland April 27, 2015. by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 9:36 AM 9:35 AM Twitter jmsummers @jmsummers City Council President Jack Young says news media focusing on "negativity" in Baltimore, rather than young people protesting peacefully. National guard will be deployed as soon as possible, Baltimore mayor Rawlings-Blake says by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 9:33 AM City-wide curfew being instituted tomorrow, 10 pm to 5 am. Will preliminarily extend for a week, possibly further, as needed: Mayor Rawlings-Blake by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 9:30 AM A protestor on a bicycle thrusts his fist in the air next to a line of police, in front of a burning CVS drug store, during clashes in Baltimore, Maryland April 27, 2015. REUTERS/Jim Bourg by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 9:27 AM A Baltimore firefighter pulls a hose through crowds of protestors, who later cut the hose, in front of a burning building during clashes in Baltimore, Maryland April 27, 2015. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard to address the violence in Baltimore, his office said on Monday. Several Baltimore police officers were injured on Monday in violent clashes with young people after the funeral of a black man, Freddie Gray, who died in police custody, and local law enforcement warned of a threat by gangs. REUTERS/Jim Bourg by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 9:16 AM 9:15 AM Twitter Eduardo A. Encina @EddieInTheYard I believe the last time an #Orioles game was postponed for non-weather reason was July 20, 2001, when a train derailment ppd a DH vs. Texas. Baltimore Orioles Executive Passionately Defends Freddie Gray Protesters The innocent working families of all backgrounds whose lives and dreams have been cut short by excessive violence, surveillance, and other abuses of the bill of rights by government pay the true price, an ultimate price, and one that far exceeds the importance of any kids' game played tonight, or ever, at Camden Yards. Click through to read more at the Huffington Post by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 9:11 AM 9:07 AM Twitter Baltimore Orioles @Orioles An announcement regarding a make-up date will be made asap. Fans are encouraged to keep their tickets & parking until more info is available 9:02 AM Twitter AprilDRyan @AprilDRyan 7:45 on press conference with Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake. On Baltimore riots Gallery: Protests erupt in Baltimore by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 8:55 AM 8:48 AM Twitter cnnbrk @cnnbrk Maryland governor: “There is a significant difference between protesting and violence.” cnn.it/1GBqMGl http://pbs.twimg.com/media/CDol_0pW8AEKeCT.jpg Maryland governor declares state of emergency over Baltimore violence Maryland Governor Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard to address the violence in Baltimore, his office said on Monday. The governor's office said the actions came at the request of the city of Baltimore. It added that Hogan would hold a news conference at 8:30 p.m. to discuss the violence following the funeral of a 25-year-old black man who died after he was injured in police custody. (Reporting by Peter Cooney in Washington; Editing by Sandra Maler) by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 8:47 AM 8:45 AM Twitter ktvu @KTVU PHOTOS: Riots in #Baltimore #FreddieGray bit.ly/1IgMoHr http://pbs.twimg.com/media/CDomOm9W0AMsavl.jpg Demonstrators jump on a damaged Baltimore police department vehicle during clashes in Baltimore, Maryland April 27, 2015. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 8:43 AM A demonstrator looks up after being sprayed with pepper spray during clashes in Baltimore, Maryland April 27, 2015. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 8:42 AM Maryland governor declares state of emergency, activates National Guard over Baltimore violence by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 8:38 AM UPDATE: Violence erupts after funeral of Baltimore man who died in police custody (Reuters) - Seven Baltimore police officers were injured on Monday as rioters threw bricks, broke windows, looted businesses and burned patrol cars in violent protests following the funeral of a black man who died after he was injured in police custody. The riots broke out just a few blocks from the site of the funeral of 25-year-old Freddie Gray in northwest Baltimore and then spread through other parts of the city in the most violent demonstrations since looting in Ferguson, Missouri, last year. Television images showed mobs of rioters jumping on top of a police car, destroying a taxi and setting two other patrol cars on fire after teenaged crowds ignored calls to disperse and clashed with lines of hundreds of police. Gangs had threatened to target police officers, local law enforcement said. Read more by cassandra.garrison edited by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 8:37 AM 8:27 AM Twitter The White House @WhiteHouse Attorney General Lynch just updated the President on the situation in Baltimore related to the death of Freddie Gray. http://pbs.twimg.com/media/CDohXHbWYAEZcVm.png Baltimore police officers stand outside the stadium prior to the cancellation of the game between the Chicago White Sox and Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 8:26 AM Baltimore Orioles will postpone Monday night game after consultation with police by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 8:05 AM New U.S. attorney general briefs Obama on Baltimore violence WASHINGTON - Newly sworn-in U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch briefed President Barack Obama on the violence in Baltimore on Monday and said the Department of Justice was ready to provide any assistance, the White House said. It added that Obama also spoke with Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. (Reporting by White House Speed Team; Editing by Sandra Maler) by Amy Tennery (Reuters) 8:04 AM Obama spoke with Baltimore mayor over violence in the city: White House by cassandra.garrison 7:56 AM BREAKING: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he has put the Maryland National Guard on alert over Baltimore riots: WTOP radio by cassandra.garrison 7:55 AM Baltimore Police @BaltimorePolice Groups of violent individuals are continuing to throw bricks, bottles and other dangerous items at police cars WITH officers inside. Apr. 27, 2015Reply Retweet Favorite by cassandra.garrison 7:46 AM People with goods looted from a store walk near burning vehicles during clashes in Baltimore, Maryland. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton by cassandra.garrison 7:42 AM Baltimore Police @BaltimorePolice A violent group continues to destroy property in the area of North Avenue and Carey Street. We are asking everyone to avoid this area. Apr. 27, 2015Reply Retweet Favorite by cassandra.garrison 7:38 AM Justin Fenton of the Baltimore Sun captured this video of people throwing rocks or bricks at police cars as they speed past. Justin Fenton @justin_fenton http://t.co/BMs5Fv7vQj Apr. 27, 2015Reply Retweet Favorite by cassandra.garrison 7:36 AM Christopher Miller @ChristopherJM #Baltimore resident tells @ColinDaileda: "This is nothing compared to what's going to happen." http://t.co/cHSsQBRPAW http://t.co/0JHOnjXE5y Apr. 27, 2015Reply Retweet Favorite Delete by cassandra.garrison 7:33 AM Jordan Fabian @Jordanfabian POTUS and AG Lynch avoid taking questions on #Baltimore during their first meeting in the Oval Office http://t.co/cwL3oWGKhJ Apr. 27, 2015Reply Retweet Favorite by cassandra.garrison 7:29 AM I wanted to ask the protesting kids what they were feeling. I got my answer when one of them knocked into me and took my phone and as I chased after him, others knocked me to the ground. Some of them had rocks and bricks in their hands. But one came with an outstretched hand and picked me up, trying to get me somewhere safe. That was their message. Anger and confusion. Read more from Petula Dvorak on Washington Post. by cassandra.garrison 7:28 AM A woman with goods looted from a store runs past burning vehicles during clashes in Baltimore. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton by cassandra.garrison 7:18 AM A man with goods looted from a store walks past burning vehicles during clashes in Baltimore. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton by cassandra.garrison 7:17 AM A woman cries as demonstrators throw rocks at Baltimore police during clashes in Baltimore, Maryland. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton by cassandra.garrison 7:15 AM < Newest 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... Oldest > Powered by ScribbleLive Content Marketing Software

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