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More solemn gathering on tap in Baltimore...NYPD officer shot...Indian state sending tents to Nepal



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BALTIMORE (AP) — A day of prayer and healing is scheduled Sunday in Baltimore following a week of unrest over the death of Freddy Gray, who was injured while in police custody. A celebration march was held Saturday after six officers were charged in the case. Meanwhile, the city is beginning to chafe under the 10 p.m. curfew, which doesn't expire until Monday. There were some curfew related arrests Saturday.

NEW YORK (AP) — A plainclothes New York City police officer sitting in an unmarked car has been critically wounded in a shooting. Officials say the officer is in surgery and stable. The officer and his partner were trying to stop and question a man they suspected of carrying a gun. Police say the man, who is in custody, fired at least two rounds into the car.

KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — India is stepping up after the Nepalese government pleaded temporary shelters in the wake of the massive, magnitude 7.8 earthquake. A Nepalese consular official based in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, says an Indian state government is sending 100,000 tents to Nepal. The tents will be handed over to Nepalese officials on Monday by the chief minister of India's West Bengal state. Another 13,000 tents given by donors will also be sent to Nepal.

LAS VEGAS (AP) — It's a $180 million payday for Floyd Mayweather Jr., who is now the undisputed welterweight champion following the richest fight ever. Using his reach and his jab Saturday night, Mayweather won a unanimous decision over Manny Pacquiao (PAK'-ee-ow). Mayweather remains unbeaten in 48 fights.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Fire crews remain at the Phoenix Recycling complex after a large fire Friday spewed thick black smoke into the air over Ohio's capital city and prompted nearby residents to remain indoors. Battalion Chief Tracy Smith says small fires continue to burn at the plant in Columbus and environmental officials are monitoring the air quality. Power that was shut down to over 20,000 residents after the fire started has been restored.

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