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FROM THE NEWSROOM: We continue to follow developments in Nepal following this weekend's earthquake. Our BBC colleague Sanjoy Majumder is in the capital Kathmandu, and tells host Marco Werman that basic needs -- shelter, food and water -- are still not being met. Also, we're following the developments in Baltimore. We noted yesterday that today's Orioles game will go ahead, but will be played in an empty stadium. No fans will be allowed in. Major League Baseball says that according to its records, this is the first time a game has been played this way. 

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