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Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for April 27, 2015.

Protesters, police clash in Baltimore

Baltimore police officials say at least seven officers were seriously injured after protesters threw rocks and other objects at them. The protests erupted after the funeral of Freddie Gray, who died in police custody on April 19.

[Read more from the Washington Post]

Death toll in Nepali quake rises to 3,800

Humanitarian aid is starting to flow into the capital city of Kathmandu, but many small villages in the countryside are desperate for help, with no food, no shelter and many bodies to bury.

[Read more from the New York Times]

Sanity phase of Colorado theater shooter's trial begins

Opening statements get underway this afternoon in the trial of James Holmes, who killed 12 people at a Colorado movie theater three years ago. The outcome will determine his sentence.

[Read more from USA Today]

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Everson Griffen confirms he has bipolar disorder

"I’ve been running from it a long time. I’m not ashamed of it anymore.”

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St. Cloud suspect now charged in two local murder cases

Both murders happened within a day of each other in June.

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Twin Cities police ask for help finding missing 16-year-old

Police say all her family and friends have been contacted, and none of them know where she is.

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MPD releases photos of shooting suspect, asks for public's help

The man is wanted in connection with a fatal shooting that happened Wednesday evening.

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Support grows for Redmon's Popcorn after shop's sudden closure

The county also commented on the situation, saying it hopes to help owner Zack Redmon.

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Prior Lake HS investigating another 'racist' video involving student

The principal said the social media video was reported to them this week.

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Walz: Minnesota has secured 1 million rapid, at-home COVID tests for kids

It comes as the delta variant continues to surge in Minnesota, and the omicron variant might follow.

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Forest Service limiting permits to BWCAW due to damage, overcrowding

Visitors have been cutting down trees and have been forced to compete for campsites.

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Lockdown update: Armed man threatened to go to Kimball High School

A high school and elementary school near St. Cloud went into lockdown as a precaution.

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People in Chaska are flushing the wrong crap down the toilet

Water and sewer crews in Chaska have had to clean the same pump four times in the past seven days.

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Matthew Coller: What if the Vikings didn't have Detroit?

The Lions have been like two freebies on the Vikings' schedule the past three seasons.

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