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KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Runway damage at Nepal's only international airport appears likely to limit the amount of aid and emergency personnel who can fly in. The weight of all the big jets flying in has been too much but officials say the medium size jets the runway was designed for can still land. Rescuers at a remote village along a trekking trail have found 51 bodies including several foreigners. And officials say they are health concerns because of the lack of certain medicines.

BALTIMORE (AP) — Today it's prayer and healing after a victory rally yesterday for people seeking racial justice and rebuilding for Baltimore after the death of a man following his arrest. Six officers face charges. Residents and leaders have called on the city to lift a 10 p.m. curfew, but it appears the restriction will be allowed to run its course. It officially ends Monday morning.

NEW YORK (AP) — New York City officials say police officer Brian Moore was shot in the head while attempting to stop a man he suspected of carrying a handgun. He is hospitalized and underwent surgery. The suspect is in custody. It's the fifth shooting of an officer in as many months in New York.

BAGHDAD (AP) — A late-night car bomb attack in the heart of Baghdad has killed at least 19 people and the extremist Islamic State group is claiming responsibility today. IS says it was targeting a Shiite militia but Iraqi officials say the dead and wounded were mainly shoppers and people commemorating the death of Imam Ali, a key figure in Shiite Islam. Two traffic policemen were among those killed. There's no word on reports that 25 minority Yazidi prisoners were executed.

LONDON (AP) — It's possible Britain's name game will end today if the proud royal parents decide what to call their newborn princess. Britain's legal bookmakers say the names Charlotte and Alice have emerged as favorites.

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