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LONDON (AP) — It's a healthy royal princess for the Duchess of Cambridge. British royal officials say Kate has given birth to an 8 pound, 3 oz baby girl and that both are doing well at St. Mary's Hospital in London. The baby is fourth in line to the throne and the fifth great-grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II.
BALTIMORE (AP) — It's expected to be a celebration in Baltimore today as thousands of people are expected to join what's now being billed as a victory rally after charges were filed in the death of Freddie Gray, who suffered a spinal injury while in police custody. The city's top prosecutor says death resulted from the way Gray was handled during the arrest, which State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby says was unlawful to begin with.
MAJUWA, Nepal (AP) — Ertharin Cousin, executive director of the U.N.'s World Food Program, says shelter is even more important than food due to the destruction in Nepal from the magnitude 7.8 earthquake. And because of the many areas isolated by road-blocking landslides, more helicopters are a big need since supply trucks can't get to the higher Himalayan foothills. More than 6,600 people died in the quake a week ago. Some areas haven't seen any aid.
BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraqi officials say a suicide car bombing has killed at least six troops west of Baghdad where Iraqi forces and allied militias have been battling Islamic State militants. A police officer says the attacker drove an explosive-rigged car into a military headquarters in the town of Garma. He says the dead included three soldiers and three militia members. Nine other troops were wounded.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The trial of 49 suspects, including 19 police officers, on charges relating to the mob killing of an Afghan woman has begun in the capital, Kabul. The opening of the trial was broadcast live on nationwide television. A prosecutor read charges against 10 of the defendants, including assault, murder and encouraging others to participate in the assault. Prosecutors say the woman was attacked after a bogus accusation that she had burned a copy of the Quran.
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