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After the protests, calm sought for Freddie Gray's burial

As Freddie Gray's family prepared to bury him on Monday, officials reiterated their calls for calm after a massive demonstration on Saturday left some businesses and cars vandalized, 34 people arrested and a city on edge over the 25-year-old's death from injuries sustained in police custody.

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    Brutality lawsuits continue in Baltimore, site of Freddie Gray death

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