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Boykin Seeking United Nations Help With Chicago Gun ViolenceRecent numbers from Chicago police show homicides and shootings are down, but it's not enough for Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykins, who is seeking international help in a meeting with a top United Nations official.
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Commissioner Suggests U.N. Send Troops To Fight 'Quiet Genocide' Of Gun Violence In ChicagoCook County Commissioner Richard Boykin is meeting with a top United Nations official to seek international help with gun violence in Chicago.
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