Prime Minister Sushil Koirala expressed fears of a rise in fatalities and appealed to the international community for more help.
White men were beaten Monday night as looters stole from a shoe store in Baltimore, according to a witness.
China's central bank is reportedly planning to implement its own version of quantitative easing, in the form of "pledged supplementary lending."
Low oil prices and tepid energy demand are expected to bruise the first-quarter earnings of the world's largest oil and gas companies, analysts say.
The Baltimore Police Department had claimed that three gangs had agreed to join hands to incite violence in the city.
Following her comments on Saturday, the Baltimore mayor has come under fire for failing to prevent the outbreak of violence in the city.
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