Seven days after the 7.9 magnitude quake shook Nepal, the UN said the tremor killed thousands and affected eight million people, more than 25% of the Nepal population. More than 1.5 million are in need of food assistance.
Baltimore residents march in a Massive National Rally of celebration in the streets of Baltimore, MD on May 2, 2015 a day after the city State's Attorney ruled that Gray's death was a homicide and that criminal charges would be filed.
Photos from Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Paciquiao's welterweight unification bout at MGM Grand Garden Arena Saturday, May 2, 2015, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mayweather won with an unanimous decision after the 12 round fight.
Baltimore residents celebrate after Baltimore City state's attorney Marilyn Mosby announced criminal charges will brought against the six officers associated with Freddie Gray's arrest, in Baltimore, Maryland May 1, 2015.
Photos from the premiere of the motion picture comedy "Hot Pursuit" at TCL Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on April 30, 2015. Sofia Vergara and Reese Whiterspoon star as the widow of a drug boss and a by-the-book cop in director's Anne Fletcher comedy.
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