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Baltimore police arrest 34 in violent protests: spokesman

Baltimore police arrested about 34 people and six officers were hurt when protests over the death in custody of a young black man turned violent, police in the US city said Sunday. "A small contingent of yesterday's protesters caused violent disruptions downtown and in west Baltimore last night and early this morning after what had been mostly peaceful protests throughout the day," said Baltimore police spokesman Jeremy Silbert. Freddie Gray, 25, died a week ago from a severe spinal injury following his arrest, triggering demonstrations that escalated on Saturday and saw protesters rampage through downtown Baltimore, which is less than an hour from the US capital Washington.

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Nepal Earthquake Poses Challenge to International Aid Agencies

International agencies, even those with staff members on the ground, face logistical hurdles in distributing aid, as the United States, India and China all initiated their own relief efforts.