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- Authorities said six people, including two children, were wounded when two men opened fire Saturday at a baby shower outside of a home on the South Side of Chicago.
- About 20 children were playing outside when the gunmen opened fire. The two wounded children are in stable condition as of Sunday afternoon.
- Chicago police said the attack may have been in retaliation for an earlier incident that stemmed from an ongoing gang conflict.
- Police reportedly have no suspects in custody as the investigation continues, the Chicago Tribune reported.
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Authorities say two children were among six people who were wounded when two men opened fire on a baby shower outside of a home on the South Side of Chicago.
About 20 children were playing outside Saturday evening in the West Englewood neighborhood when the gunmen opened fire, sending the children running for cover.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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