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BALTIMORE (AP) — Jurors in Baltimore have resumed deliberations in the case of the first police offer to be tried in Freddie Gray's death. It's the second day of deliberations in the trial of Officer William Porter. The panel spent three hours deliberating yesterday. Gray died April 19, a week after his neck was broken in the back of a police van with his wrists and ankles shackled. Porter's lawyers say he's not to blame for Gray's death.

DAMASCUS (AP) — Syrian opposition monitoring groups say airstrikes on a fuel market in a rebel-held village in northern Syria have killed and wounded dozens. They say the strikes were carried out by Russian warplanes. The market mostly sells diesel fuel brought from areas under the control of the Islamic State group. The airstrikes are likely part of a campaign to target the oil industry that is a major source of income for the militants.

PARIS (AP) — Prosecutors in Paris say two people have been arrested on suspicion of helping to provide guns to the man who attacked a kosher supermarket in January. They were arrested today in northern France, nearly a year after the attacks on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper and the kosher store left 17 people dead. The store attacker killed four people inside the market, and had also killed a policewoman, before dying in a shootout with police.

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are climbing in early trading as buyers return to a market that has been mostly beaten down in recent days. The Dow industrials were up by more than 150 points in the opening minutes. Investors are also picking up high-yield corporate bonds, which had been slumping over the past week.

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Polish geology experts say they have found no traces of a train at a site allegedly hiding a World War II Nazi train. Experts from a mining academy examined the site in southwestern Poland last month. The head of the team says there might be a tunnel at the site, but no train. Earlier this year two explorers told authorities they had located an armored Nazi train hidden in a secret tunnel there. According to local lore, the Nazis hid a train with gold in a tunnel during the war.

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