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5 killed by gunman at Maryland newspaper; suspect is refusing to identify himself, official says

A shooter killed five people and wounded several more at The Capital newspaper in Annapolis, Md., on Thursday, according to authorities and journalists at the publication, who were forced into the extraordinary and emotional duty of covering a tragedy in their own newsroom.

Officers responded to the offices of Capital Gazette Communications within a minute of receiving a report of an active shooter, Anne Arundel County police reported. Police arrested a man at the scene and

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