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BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore police say they do not believe a suspicious death is related to the protests in the Freddie Gray case. Police say they are investigating the discovery of a man's body in a tractor-trailer cab parked less than a block from the main protest scene. On the third night of a citywide curfew, there were mostly media on the streets. One man was placed in handcuffs after walking up and yelling at them.

KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Nepal Radio reports that the government says it is paying the equivalent of $1,000 to families for each victim killed in Saturday's earthquake, and another $400 for funeral costs. The death toll from the mammoth quake is nearly 6,200 in Nepal, including those who died in an avalanche on Mount Everest, plus more than 60 elsewhere in the region. Some areas of the capital show signs of business as usual.

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — The Saudi Defense Ministry says Yemeni Shiite rebels have been repelled after they tried to attack "border posts and control points" in southern Najran province. The ministry says three Saudi soldiers and "dozens" of rebels were killed in the cross-border attack on the kingdom.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Japan's prime minister continues his effort to promote expanded trade with the United States as he meets with Japanese Americans today in Los Angeles at the halfway point of his three-day visit to California. A Foreign Ministry spokeswoman says Shinzo Abe (shin-zoh ah-bay) will attend a Japan-U.S. Economic Forum where he is expected to announce policies to facilitate U.S. investment in Japan.

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Big bets and big fights are nothing new in Las Vegas but the richest fight ever is also drawing more money at the betting window than any fight before it. There's already been one $500,000 bet on Manny Pacquiao (PAK'-ee-ow) and sports book operator Jay Rood says he's expected to take in a million dollar bet on Floyd Mayweather. The two men fight on Saturday for the welterweight title.

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