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Baltimore cleans up after Saturday protests, vandalism
Baltimore cleans up after Saturday protests, vandalism

Muna Karki watched from a darkened second-floor window above the family-owned liquor store on Howard Street Saturday night as demonstrators charged past, kicking at the storefront security gate. "We closed and then we watched from upstairs, but the crowds went right by. Thank God," Karki said Sunday, recounting Saturday's demonstrations to protest the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody. Somehow, Howard Discount Liquors — owned by Kaji Karki, Muna's huband — escaped damage, save for the security gate, which was bent. The gate protects the door, but not the adjacent storefront windows. Other businesses, including a 7-Eleven and a McDonald's...