US gun violence: Chicago group aims to stop shootings

In one of the United States's deadliest cities, a group is attempting to curb gun crime by working with community.

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    Thanks to a group that's using former gang members to reach out to one of the city's most violent neighbourhoods, gun shootings in Chicago have plummeted.

    It's using a novel method with a disruptive approach.

    Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from Chicago.


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