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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Tisha Gant
Two men are dead and at least seven others injured in string of separate shootings and stabbings — including one at a nightclub — within a 24-hour span Sunday and early Monday in the District, according to police.
A pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle in Northwest Monday morning, police said.
Two people were taken to the hospital after being shot Sunday night, a police official said.
A man was shot in the leg and taken to a hospital Sunday night, police said.
A man was stabbed in the head Friday afternoon in the Trinidad area of Northeast D.C.
Five people were shot and one man stabbed within 24 hours in the District on Tuesday and Wednesday, according to police.
D.C. police are investigating a shooting and a stabbing that injured two men Thursday afternoon.
D.C. police are investigating a “possible shooting or stabbing” that left a 26-year-old man dead Monday night, a Metropolitan Police Department spokeswoman said.
A 28-year-old woman stabbed Monday morning in Southeast has died and authorities have charged another woman with second-degree murder in her death, according to police.
One man was killed and two others injured in separate shootings overnight in the District.
Five people were injured in four separate shootings Tuesday night in the District, police said.
D.C. police say a suspicious package found in the Thomas Circle area in downtown Washington is not hazardous.
"Once this case is resolved, MPD will follow up depending on what the outcome is," said police spokeswoman Officer Tisha Gant.
Gant says no hazardous materials were found and streets have reopened after being shut down during the investigation.