While you were sleeping...
This happened: rain hampered Nepal rescued, a buried Katmandu teen was found, Baltimore Orioles won while nobody watched, Nigeria saved kidnapped kids, Sofia Vergara was in a frozen embryo dispute
As you emerged from under your comforter, a Nepalese teen was pulled from hotel rubble as earthquake relief efforts were thwarted by heavy rain. Nigeria rescued kidnapped women and kids.
New York held Baltimore solidarity marches as the city's baseball team won in a fan-free stadium.
Sofia Vergara's ex explained his side in the frozen embryo dispute.
A Nepal teen was rescued
15-year-old Pema Lama survived on butter and drips of water for five days before being pulled from the rubble of a collapsed hotel by a rescue team. He's one of a handful of survivors found buried alive.
Few quake survivors were expected
Sadly officials don't expect to find many more survivors as heavy rain thwarts the already slow rescue process. Even without numbers from remote villages, death toll figures are heading towards 5,500.
Baltimore Orioles won
But nobody was watching, apart from a few people standing on the balcony at a hotel overlooking Camden Yards stadium. The baseball team played Chicago White Sox in the first ever MLB game to be played behind closed doors, for security reasons.
Nigerian kidnapped women were saved
The country's army says it rescued hundreds of women and children kidnapped by Boko Haram militants, days after saving 300 other. Unfortunately it sounds like they are not the kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls made famous by the Bringbackourgirls campaign.
Sofia Vergara faced a frozen embryo battle
The star's ex Nick Loeb has explained why he wants custody of the embryos they created as they were trying to have a baby via a surrogate. Vergara, now engaged to Magic Mike hunk Joe Manganiello, wants to keep them in the freezer.