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  1. Baltimore: Violence Erupts, State of Emergency Issued - ABC News


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    Baltimore: Violence Erupts, State of Emergency Issued
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    A state of emergency was issued and National Guard troops were deployed in the streets of Baltimore after violence erupted in the city on Monday afternoon. Numerous fires were reported overnight, and Baltimore police reported people throwing cinder ...
    State of emergency declared as Baltimore burnsUSA TODAY
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  2. First Draft | Today in Politics: Baltimore Riots and Same-Sex Marriage Share ... - New York Times


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    First Draft | Today in Politics: Baltimore Riots and Same-Sex Marriage Share ...
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    Good Tuesday morning from Washington. The presidential campaigns continue, but all focus is on the Supreme Court as it takes up the issue of same-sex marriage, and on Baltimore, which is reeling from riots and looting after the funeral of Freddie Gray, ...
    Supreme Court to hear gay marriage arguments TuesdayWashington Times
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  3. The Latest on Nepal Quake: UN says 8 million affected - Washington Post


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    The Latest on Nepal Quake: UN says 8 million affected
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    4.45 p.m. (1100 GMT). The United Nations says 8 million people have been affected by the weekend earthquake in Nepal that killed nearly 4,400 people and 1.4 million people are in need of food assistance, but the challenge would be to reach them.
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  4. Does Australia have double standards for Bali Nine duo? - BBC News


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    Does Australia have double standards for Bali Nine duo?
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    Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are likely to be having their last meals. Kissing their families for the last time. Inhaling their last breaths. They face being lined up in front of an Indonesian firing squad and shot. If it doesn't happen tonight, it is ...
    Nine face midnight firing squad in Indonesia, hopes for reprieve goneReuters
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  5. Captain of doomed S. Korea ferry sentenced to life in prison - San Francisco Chronicle


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    Captain of doomed S. Korea ferry sentenced to life in prison
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    Judges sit to preside over verdicts for the sunken South Korean ferry Sewol's crew members who are charged with negligence and abandonment of passengers in the disaster at Gwangju High Court in Gwangju, South Korea, Tuesday, April 28, 2015.
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