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  • Floyd Mayweather (L) defeated Manny Pacquiao by unanimous decision in their long-awaited welterweight world title showdownFloyd Mayweather danced his way to a unanimous decision over frustrated Manny Pacquiao here Saturday to win the richest fight in history and cement his place in the pantheon of boxing greats. Boos rang out from a pro-Pacquiao Las Vegas crowd as Mayweather's emphatic victory was confirmed by all three scorecards after 12 rounds of cat and mouse action. Mayweather comfortably picked off his Filipino rival to snuff out any chance of the full-blooded slugfest that the more aggressive Pacquiao was hoping to ignite in front of the crowd of 16,507. The win extended Mayweather's remarkable 19-year unbeaten record to 48-0, putting him within one fight of equalling Rocky Marciano's legendary milestone of 49-0.

    In this March 31, 2015 photo, Swiss pilots Andre Boschberg, left, and Bertrand Piccard stand in the cockpit of their solar powered plane after it touched down at Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport in southwestern China's Chongqing Municipality. Borschberg said Sunday, May 3, 2015 that he is anxious but excited about flying the Solar Impulse 2 solo from China to Hawaii on the longest leg of the first attempt to fly around the world without using a drop of fuel. (Chinatopix via AP) CHINA OUTBEIJING (AP) — A pilot said Sunday that he is anxious but excited about flying a solar plane solo from China to Hawaii on the longest leg of the first attempt to fly around the world without a drop of fuel.

    A Nepalese truck is surrounded by miscellaneous aid supplies at the cargo terminal of Tribhuvan International airport in Kathmandu, Nepal, Sunday, May 3, 2015. With monsoon rains expected in a few weeks, Nepal has pleaded with donors to send tents and temporary shelters for earthquake victims who have been living in the open for more than a week, with their homes damaged by the April 25 quake. (AP Photo/Bernat Amangue)KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Runway damage forced Nepalese authorities to close the main airport Sunday to large aircraft delivering aid to millions of people following the massive earthquake, but U.N. officials said the overall logistics situation was improving.

    Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge show their newly-born daughter to the mediaPrince William and his wife Kate were on Sunday spending their first day back at home with their baby daughter as Britain eagerly awaited a name for the new royal princess. The couple, their firstborn Prince George and the new arrival were expected to spend the next few days relaxing together at their Kensington Palace apartment, a day after Kate gave birth to the baby girl, who is fourth in line to the throne. They were cheered by hundreds of well-wishers who had gathered outside St Mary's Hospital in central London along with the massed ranks of photographers from the world's media. The sleeping baby was wrapped in a woollen shawl as a relaxed-looking Kate, 33, cradled her in her arms in front of the hospital's private Lindo Wing.

    In this photo taken on Saturday, May 2, 2015, standing in the rubble of her home, Radha Shrestha, 42, strings a clothesline to hang laundry in the destroyed village of Pokharidanda, near the epicenter of the April 25 massive earthquake, in the Gorkha District of Nepal. People in villages reachable by road in Nepal’s quake-wracked central Gorkha District are fending for themselves, with the government so short on relief they’ve been forced to focus only on far-flung reaches of the remote Himalayas. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)2:30 p.m. (0845 GMT)

    Filipinos watch a live satellite feed of the welterweight title fight between Filipino boxing hero Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. during a free public viewing in downtown Manila, Philippines on Sunday, May 3, 2015. Mayweather Jr. won the match. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Sadness and disappointment gripped Filipinos after Manny Pacquiao's defeat in his much-anticipated fight against American Floyd Mayweather Jr. but they still considered the boxing icon a national hero.

    The newborn baby princess, born to parents Kate Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, is carried in a car seat by her father from The Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital, in London, Saturday, May 2, 2015. Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to their second child, a baby girl on Saturday morning. The name of the new born baby princess is not yet announced. (John Stillwell/Pool via AP)LONDON (AP) — Britain's newborn princess has spent her first night at home in Kensington Palace — but the guessing game continues over what her name will be.

    In this photo taken on April 16, Chinese Communist party cadres attend a discussion attended by U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall and U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker, at the China Executive Leadership Academy Pudong (CELAP) in Shanghai, China. Rising Communist Party members from across the country have come to the China Executive Leadership Academy Pudong (CELAP) in Shanghai as part of the party’s decade-long effort to introduce its own elite to foreign ideas. Outside these walls, President Xi Jinping’s government has been campaigning to scrub Western influence from university lecture halls and discussion groups, but here some 10,000 privileged party loyalists each year hear from top Western scholars, officials and executives, albeit in a controlled environment. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)SHANGHAI (AP) — In the still, early hours, cadres make their way down tree-lined paths. They walk through a polished lobby, down dim hallways and settle themselves in rows in plain, wood-paneled classrooms. Here, they sit at the vanguard of the Communist Party of China.

    San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan, left, hugs Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul after the Clippers won Game 7 in a first-round NBA basketball playoff series, Saturday, May 2, 2015, in Los Angeles. The Clippers won 111-109. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Clippers have less than two days to enjoy their wildly entertaining first-round series victory over the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs.

    Protesters march through Baltimore on Saturday, May 2, 2015, the day after charges were announced against the police officers involved in Freddie Gray's death. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)BALTIMORE (AP) — People seeking racial justice and rebuilding for Baltimore planned a day of prayer and healing, even as others chafed under a curfew set to expire early Monday. City leaders refused calls to lift the curfew following the city's top prosecutor's announcement that charges had been filed against six officers accused of fatally injuring a black man in police custody.

    A Nepali woman carries a basket and walks past a damaged house in the Nepalese capital of Kathmandu on Saturday, May 2, 2015. What is the difference between the words "Nepali" and "Nepalese"? Very little, it seems _ even if the question has come up repeatedly in newsrooms since the April 25 earthquake. (AP Photo/Niranjan Shrestha, File)KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — What is the difference between the words "Nepali" and "Nepalese"? Very little, it seems — even if the question has come up repeatedly in newsrooms since the April 25 earthquake.

    By Mark Lamport-Stokes LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Filipino Manny Pacquiao said a shoulder injury hampered his bid to hand Floyd Mayweather a first ever defeat as a professional on Saturday as the American improved his record to 48-0 with a unanimous decision. Pacquiao, a 2-1 underdog going into the welterweight bout billed as the "Fight of the Century" at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, suffered the injury during a sparring session, according to his trainer Freddie Roach. "In the third round, I felt pain in the shoulder," eight-division world champion Pacquiao told reporters after dropping to 57-6-2. When you review the film, you'll see how infrequently he threw the right," said Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum.

    A demonstrator holds up a peace sign during a rally protest in front of City Hall in Baltimore, Maryland, May 2, 2015Protesters in Baltimore erupted in celebration and hundreds of people broke the city's curfew, a day after six police officers were charged over the death of an African-American man in their custody. The death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray had sparked rioting and days of protests in the US East Coast port city over alleged police racism and brutality. As calm gradually returned to the city, the governor of Maryland state urged residents to make Sunday a day of "prayer and peace". "I pray that tomorrow will be a day of reflection and will serve as a foundation for how we all conduct ourselves in the days and months to come," Governor Larry Hogan said in a statement.

    Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers puts up the game winning shot over Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs with one second remaining in Game Seven of the Western Conference quarterfinals in the 2015 NBA Playoffs at Staples Center on May 2, 2015Chris Paul scored an acrobatic basket with one second remaining as the Los Angeles Clippers stunned reigning champions the San Antonio Spurs 111-109 to advance to the next round of the NBA playoffs. Paul's moment of magic at the Staples Center sealed a 4-3 series win for the Clippers who completed a fight back from 3-2 down earlier in the week to extend their postseason. The dramatic final twist came after Spurs veteran Tim Duncan had levelled with free throws with just 8.8 seconds left. Paul gathered the ball in the half court, and eluded Danny Green before leaning away from Duncan to flick the ball in over both defenders to give the Clippers a sensational victory.

    Pacquiao of the Philippines covers his face as he is punched by Mayweather, Jr. of the U.S. in the first round during their welterweight WBO, WBC and WBA (Super) title fight in Las VegasBy Steve Keating LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Floyd Mayweather Jr cemented his place among the pantheon of boxing greats by improving to 48-0 with a unanimous decision over Manny Pacquiao on Saturday in a fight that lived up to its immense hype and price tag. Mayweather weathered an early assault from the Filipino southpaw before winning the later rounds using his reach and jab to finish ahead on all three scorecards in a welterweight showdown set to be the top grossing prize fight of all-time. "When the history books are written, it was worth the wait," Mayweather said in the ring after a four-belt unification bout that was more than five years in the making. Though Pacquiao repeatedly forced Mayweather to backpedal, the wily American blunted his opponent's best efforts by using his renowned defensive skills while getting in several telling jabs and punches of his own.

    By Mark Lamport-Stokes LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - In a hotly anticipated match-up of contrasting styles, Floyd Mayweather's defensive brilliance trumped Manny Pacquiao's all-out attack as the American eked out a unanimous decision over the Filipino on Saturday. Time and again, Mayweather bobbed and weaved out of harm's way to leave Pacquiao punching thin air in a welterweight showdown at the MGM Grand Garden Arena that was no classic but is expected to be the richest bout of all time. "I knew he was going to push it, I knew he was going to win some rounds," Mayweather said ringside after improving his career record as a professional to 48-0, then announcing that he would retire after his next bout in September. I wasn't getting hit with a lot of shots until I sat right there in the pocket, that's when he would land a lot of shots." Mayweather is regarded as one of the best defensive fighters of all time and he relied on those skills, along with timely counter-punching, to earn the vote of all three judges in what is expected to be a record-shattering payday of $180 million.Manny Pacquiao's loss to undefeated American Floyd Mayweather Jr in their welterweight showdown in Las Vegas was met with tears, anger and accusations of foul play in his homeland of the Philippines on Sunday. The American weathered Pacquiao's early assault and seemed to get stronger as the fight wore on, finishing ahead on all three judges scorecards. In General Santos City, some fans cried while others called for an immediate rematch, saying Pacquiao deserved the win as he had been the aggressor, chasing Mayweather around the ring for much of the 12-round fight. "It's a home court decision," said Karlo Alexei Nograles, a lawmaker from Davao City.

    This undated photo released by the New York City Police Department shows officer Brian Moore. Moore, a New York City police officer shot in the head and critically injured while attempting to stop a man suspected of carrying a gun is recovering following brain surgery. Detectives were still investigating Sunday, May 3, 2015, after arresting 35-year-old Demitrius Blackwell in the shooting. (New York City Police Department via AP)NEW YORK (AP) — A New York City police officer shot in the head while attempting to stop a man he suspected of carrying a handgun was recovering Sunday as detectives continued to gather evidence in the case, the fifth shooting of an officer in as many months, officials said.

    In this photo taken on Saturday, May 2, 2015, Fattha Bahadur Rana, 90, has a smoke as he sits in the rubble of his collapsed home in the destroyed village of Pokharidanda, near the epicenter of the April 25 massive earthquake, in the Gorkha District of Nepal. Rana is one of the few Nepalese old enough to recall the massive quake in 1934, when he was 9, and is shocked that a killer earthquake struck again. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)POKHARIDANDA, Nepal (AP) — He was 9 years old when he felt the earth tremble for the first time. He'd been out in a field, grazing his goats on wild grass below Nepal's snow-covered peaks.

    Workers fix the new entrance gate with the inscription 'Work sets you free' (Arbeit macht frei) in the former concentration camp in Dachau, southern Germany, on April 29, 2015German Chancellor Angela Merkel will join survivors of the former Nazi concentration camp at Dachau on Sunday for a solemn ceremony to mark 70 years since it was liberated by US forces. American army trucks rolled into Dachau, northwest of Munich, on April 29, 1945 to discover the unspeakable horror that had led to more than 41,000 people being killed, having starved or died of disease. French former camp deportee Clement Quentin, who, despite his fragile health, plans to return for the ceremony, told AFP recently that when the liberation of Dachau came, he was simply "waiting to die". He also described being subjected to SS medical experiments during his 10 months at Dachau, with the camp's doctors infecting him with tuberculosis.

    Floyd Mayweather Jr., left, and Manny Pacquiao, from the Philippines, embrace in the ring at the finish of their welterweight title fight on Saturday, May 2, 2015 in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)The pressure of a $180 million payday never got to Floyd Mayweather Jr., even if the richest fight ever wasn't the best.

    Floyd Mayweather Jr., left, holds up the title belt next to referee Kenny Bayless after his win against Manny Pacquiao, from the Philippines, in their welterweight title fight on Saturday, May 2, 2015 in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)LAS VEGAS (AP) — 11:25 p.m. (2:25 a.m.)

    Customers of U.S. cable companies took to social media on Saturday to report problems ordering the pay-per-view (PPV) for the boxing megafight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, which was expected to smash records. It was unclear how many people had been unable to order, but a late rush did cause the fight at the soldout MGM Garden Arena to start late, according to an on-site representative of HBO, which co-produced and broadcast with rival premium cable network Showtime. The fight, ordered through cable operators, cost $90 for standard definition and $100 for high definition, the most expensive pay-per-view ever for a boxing event. Pay-per-view is the largest revenue stream for the fight and was expected to bring in at least $300 million through buys in some 3 million households.

    Police work in a neighborhood in the Queens borough of New York on Saturday, May 2, 2015 after an NYPD officer was shot. He was taken to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in Queens. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle)NEW YORK (AP) — A plainclothes New York City police officer was shot in the head and critically injured while in an unmarked police car Saturday as he and his partner attempted to stop and question a man they suspected of carrying a gun, officials said.

    Police walk near a crime scene in a neighborhood in the Queens borough of New York on Saturday, May 2, 2015, after an NYPD officer was shot. He was taken to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in Queens. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle)10:30 p.m.

    Video grab released by the Italian Coast Guard (Guardia Costiera) on May 2, 2015 shows some of 220 shipwrecked migrants being rescued by the Italian coast guard, on May 1, 2015, in the Mediterranean Sea, off the coast of SicilyOver 3,400 migrants were rescued at sea, mainly off Libya, as Europe seeks ways to deal with the flood of people trying to reach its shores following a series of deadly shipwrecks. A total of 3,427 people were picked up during the operation coordinated by the Italian coast guard. While they said it was a "very busy day", it was not a record for the coast guard, which coordinated the rescue of 3,791 migrants on April 12 and another 2,850 the following day. French patrol boat Commandant Birot, which was sent to boost EU patrols to deal with the influx of migrant boats in the Mediterranean, picked up 217 people off the coast of Libya.

    The Montreal Canadiens have had six opportunities, and they haven't beaten the Tampa Bay Lightning this season.

    Houston Astros mascot Orbit celebrates the 11-4 win over the Seattle Mariners after a baseball game Saturday May 2, 2015, in Houston. (AP Photo/Bob Levey)A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today:

    LAS VEGAS (AP) — The most anticipated boxing fight in years was delayed because of high pay-per-view demand causing problems for cable and satellite systems.

    Mircho Koleshev, 60, walks home from a community centre where he works as a night guard in the town of Buhovo, near Sofia, on March 13, 2015She is a chemical engineer and he a painter turned security guard -- the Koleshevs are the hidden face of the "working poor" in Bulgaria, the EU's most impoverished country. "Our salaries amount to about 950 leva (485 euros, $495) per month," Katia Kolesheva, 49, tells AFP in the family's one-bedroom flat in the town of Buhovo outside Sofia that they share with their 24-year-old son. According to an EU-wide survey, 48 percent of Bulgaria's 7.2 million people live in "material deprivation", defined as being unable to afford things like adequate heating or meat every second day. Seven to eight percent of these are so-called "working poor" like the Koleshevs, employed but struggling to make ends meet, with every unplanned expenditure potentially spelling disaster.

    By Amy Sawitta Lefevre BANGKOK (Reuters) - Twenty-six bodies exhumed at a mass grave near a suspected human trafficking camp in southern Thailand do not bear signs of violent death, police said on Sunday, following initial forensic examinations at the site. Dozens of police and rescue volunteers trekked into the mountains on Saturday to a jungle camp in Songkhla province that authorities have linked to human trafficking and dug up 21 bodies. Five bodies were retrieved on Friday from the camp, which is a few hundred meters from Thailand's border with Malaysia, bringing the total to 26. "From initial forensic investigation at the site there are no marks on the bones or breakages that would suggest a violent death," Police Colonel Triwit Sriprapa, deputy commander of Songkhla Provincial Police, told Reuters.

    Renay Battle, left, and Charvae Day, right, react to the news from State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby that there are probable causes to charge those involved in the police-custody death of Freddie Gray Friday, May 1, 2015, as they walk through the area of Monday's rioting following Gray's funeral in Baltimore. (AP Photo/David Goldman)12:00 a.m.

    Marilyn Mosby, Baltimore state's attorney, pauses while speaking during a media availability, Friday, May 1, 2015 in Baltimore. Mosby announced criminal charges against all six officers suspended after Freddie Gray suffered a fatal spinal injury while in police custody. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)BALTIMORE (AP) — At a grassy plaza across from Baltimore's City Hall filled with thousands of people on Saturday, speakers praised the city's young top prosecutor for quickly moving forward with charges against the police officers they see as responsible for the death of a 25-year-old black man who suffered a fatal spinal injury in their custody.

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — David Goldberg, a popular Silicon Valley executive and husband of Facebook second-in-command and "Lean In" author Sheryl Sandberg, has died suddenly at age 47, his company and family members said Saturday.

    A Christie's employee speaks about Pablo Picasso's "Les femmes d'Alger (Version "O"), (R), during a media preview on May 1, 2015, at Christie's in New YorkChristie's auction house is hoping to set new world records with a Picasso valued at $140 million and a Giacometti worth $130 million, as New York's spring auction season kicks off Tuesday. Pablo Picasso's colorful "The Women of Algiers (Version 0)," depicting a scene from a harem, will be up for grabs when Christie's puts it on the auction block May 11. The same goes for Alberto Giacometti's bronze statue "Man Pointing," of which there are only six casts in the world. "Those two works can set a world record," said Loic Gouzer, senior vice president of Christie's.

    A Nepalese boy stands outside his village with a signboard asking for help in Pauwathok village, Sindhupalchok district, Nepal, Saturday, May 2, 2015. Life has been slowly returning to normal in Kathmandu, but to the east, angry villagers in parts of the Sindhupalchok district said Saturday they were still waiting for aid to reach them. In the village of Pauwathok, where all but a handful of the 85 houses were destroyed, three trucks apparently carrying aid supplies roared by without stopping. (AP Photo / Manish Swarup)PAUWATHOK, Nepal (AP) — At the entrance of this destroyed mountain village stands a wooden sign cobbled together from the debris of homes flattened by Nepal's devastating earthquake. Its message: "WE NEED HELP. PLEASE HELP."

    A Nepalese woman carries a basket and walks past a damaged house in Kathmandu, Nepal, Saturday, May 2, 2015. The U.N. said the quake affected 8.1 million people, more than a fourth of Nepal's population of 27.8 million, and that more than 1.4 million needed food assistance. (AP Photo/Niranjan Shrestha)10:10 a.m. (0425 GMT)

    Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford, front left, celebrates along with forward Blake Griffin, center, and forward Matt Barnes after they defeated the San Antonio Spurs in Game 7 in a first-round NBA basketball playoff series, Saturday, May 2, 2015, in Los Angeles. The Clippers won 111-109. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)LOS ANGELES (AP) — It figured that the most entertaining first-round series in the NBA playoffs would come down to a play involving Chris Paul and Tim Duncan.

    Nepalese soldiers clear rubble of a building at the damaged Swayambhunath temple in Kathmandu, on May 2, 2015The death toll in Nepal from last weekend's devastating earthquake has risen to 7,040, an official from the National Emergency Operations Centre said on Sunday. More than 14,000 other people were injured in the 7.8-magnitude quake that hit the Himalayan nation on August 25, the centre's duty officer said.

    Christina Wallace with Chai’s Waikiki Cafe and Market prepares Spam and Fresh Ahi Katsu with Wasabi Curry and Fresh Mango Salsa during the annual Waikiki Spam Jam in Honolulu on Saturday, May 2, 2015. To honor Spam lovers in Hawaii, Hormel Foods will release a new flavor - Portuguese sausage Spam - exclusively for the state at a street festival on Saturday in Honolulu. The flavor, which will be available to sample at the event, may eventually be sold elsewhere in the region and internationally, the company says. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones)HONOLULU (AP) — In Hawaii, Spam rules. No, not the kind that you get in your email, but the kind you eat — or don't eat, as it may be for many mainlanders.