Nepal earthquake: thousands seek shelter as death toll exceeds 2,500 – rolling report

Rolling coverage of developments in the Himalayan nation after a devastating 7.8 magnitude quake near Kathmandu

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Israel says air strike on Syrian border was targeting militants

Israeli prime minister says strike was attempt to prevent attack from ‘armed terrorists’ seen carrying explosives near border

Israel’s military said Sunday it launched an air strike on its border with Syria after spotting militants carrying a bomb in the Israeli-held Golan Heights.

The military said it carried out the strike after troops saw “a group of armed terrorists” approach the border with an explosive intended to target Israeli troops. It said that Israeli aircraft “targeted the squad, preventing the attack.”

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Demi Lovato Dedicates A Song At Her Concert To Bruce Jenner After His Touching Interview On 20/20! See What She Had To Say HERE!

Preach it, Demi Lovato! PREACH!

Dems is just among some of the many people who are supporting Bruce Jenner publicly after he revealed his plans to transition.

At her lastest concert in New Zealand on Saturday, the 22-year-old talked briefly about the former Olympian’s 20/20 interview.

[ Related: Kim Kardashian Tweets Out A Message Of Support For Bruce ]

But before Demicorn performed her inspirational ballad, Warrior, the songstress gave a very sweet dedication to Bruce.

Watch what Demi had to say about Bruzer (below)!!!

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PFA Player of the Year 2015: Winner, Voting Results and Awards Reaction

Chelsea’s Eden Hazard has been named the 2015 PFA Player of the Year, beating the likes of Harry Kane and David de Gea to the award.         

The Belgian attacker was widely tipped to win the award after a stellar season with the Blues in the Premier League, and he received the gong at a ceremony in Grosvenor House, London, on Sunday, as the PFA announced:

ESPN FC’s Miguel Delaney broke down the final rankings:

Along with Tottenham striker Kane and Manchester United goalkeeper De Gea, Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez, Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho and Blues striker Diego Costa were also nominated for the award.

Voted for by the members of the Professional Footballers’ Association, Hazard follows Luis Suarez in becoming Player of the Year after the Uruguayan won in 2014.    

Hazard has been phenomenal this season. He has arguably been the best player in a Blues side who look a shoo-in for the Premier League title.

The 24-year-old has scored 13 goals and assisted eight in the English top-flight this term, per WhoScored.com, often netting at crucial times—see his strike in Chelsea’s recent 1-0 win over United.

As B/R UK’s Sam Tighe noted on the release of the shortlist, Hazard was the only real option to take away the coveted Player of the Year award this season:

He has been the best player, for the best team, and although the likes of De Gea, Sanchez and Kane have all had fine seasons, Hazard has made a title-winning contribution.

WhoScored.com highlighted his stellar numbers:

This is the third year in a row that Hazard has been nominated for the award. Now, he has finally triumphed, a testament to his continued improvement.   

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho will no doubt hope that Hazard stays on this upward curve, as the Blues go in search of further glory next season. 

Toyota Mirai officially first hydrogen-powered pace car

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The 2016 Toyota Mirai became the first hydrogen-fueled pace car in NASCAR history at Saturday’s Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway.

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