While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, April 27 edition

Nepal quake: Relief at Changi Airport as families with relatives in Nepal are reunited

It was a sweet homecoming for some 150 passengers of SilkAir flight MI411 on Sunday night.

The flight had arrived from the disaster-struck Nepalese capital of Kathmandu, landing just before 11pm on Sunday night. The flight was originally scheduled to arrive at 8:15pm, but was delayed for about three hours.

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake first struck Nepal and northern India on Saturday, with aftershocks continuing to pummel the country. The disaster, the worst to have hit the country in 81 years, has claimed more than 2,400 lives so far.

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Nepal quake: 'Demons on the mountain'; survivors recall Everest avalanche terror

When Khile Sherpa opened his eyes, the snow around him was bright red, drenched with blood streaming from gashes in his body from the avalanche that catapulted him across Mount Everest's base camp at lunchtime on Saturday.

Khile was among the first 15 survivors flown from Everest to Kathmandu on Sunday after a powerful earthquake hit Nepal a day earlier killing more than 2,460 people, at least 17 of them in the avalanche it triggered on the world's tallest peak.

"It was a monstrous sound, like the demons had descended on the mountain," Khile SAID, a bandage wrapped around his head and covering half his face.

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Europe recalls the horror 70 years after Nazi concentration camps liberated

Europe on Sunday remembered the atrocities and horror of three concentration camps run by the Nazis and their allies during the Second World War with ceremonies in Germany, Croatia and France.

At the site of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany, the president of the World Jewish Congress, Ronald Lauder, recalled the shock of the first images to emerge from the camp when it was liberated 70 years ago.

"We saw the bulldozers pushing naked bodies into open pits. The walking skeletons. The unbelievable sadness and loss," he said at a ceremony attended by around 70 survivors.

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Formula Four: Mick Schumacher Jnr claims maiden victory

Mick Schumacher Jr enhanced the famous name on Sunday by claiming victory in only his third Formula Four race on his debut weekend in the sport.

The 16-year-old son of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher posted a winning time of 30mins 59.920secs over the 18 laps at the Oschersleben track, between Hanover and Berlin.

His Van Amersfoort Racing team-mate Joey Mawson, 18, of Australia finished second at 0.518secs back.

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Football: Chelsea draws with Arsenal, Everton beats Manchester United

Chelsea will have to keep the champagne on ice for at least a week after their seemingly inevitable progress towards the Premier League title was checked by a goalless draw away to Arsenal on Sunday.

Had they beaten their London rivals at the Emirates Stadium, Jose Mourinho's men would have travelled to Leicester on Wednesday knowing that victory over the resurgent Foxes would have been enough to secure Chelsea's first English title since 2010.

However, a win on Wednesday will set Chelsea up to take the Premier League trophy in front of their own fans should they also beat Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge next weekend.

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