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Grandmother makes Nicole Scherzinger emotional

London , Feb 2

Nicole Scherzinger couldn't hide her emotions when her grandmother travelled from Hawaii to see the singer performing in the West End show "Cats" here.

Charli XCX finds Simon Cowell cool

London , Feb 2

Singer Charli XCX says she's a fan of music mogul Simon Cowell, but not his musical acts.

Yemen rebels set three-day deadline for power transfer

Sana'a , Feb 2

The Shia Houthi rebels in Yemen, currently controlling capital Sana'a gave a three-day ultimatum for power transfer, in order to resolve the crisis that has engulfed the country.

'X-Men: Apocalypse': Rose Byrne to return

Los Angeles , Feb 2

Screenwriter Simon Kinberg says the superhero film "X-Men: Apocalypse" will bring back actress Rose Byrne's Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agent character Moira MacTaggert.

Julianne Moore babysits for colleagues

Los Angeles , Feb 2

Actress Julianne Moore is reportedly kind to everyone on her movie sets and even babysits for her colleagues.

US blizzard to affect 65 mn across 18 states

Washington , Feb 2

As many as 65 million people across 18 states in the US ran the risk of being affected by a winter storm that ramped up in the US Great Plains, while a blizzard warning was sounded in Chicago, media reported Sunday.

Pro-democracy activists back on Hong Kong streets

Beijing , Feb 2

Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong took to the streets again Sunday to demand "real democracy" in their first big march after the "Umbrella Movement" folded up in December, last year.

Kurdish forces free 15 oil workers from IS

Baghdad , Feb 2

Kurdish troops have freed 15 oil workers seized by the Islamic State (IS) militants a few days back at an oil facility near the city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq, a security source said Sunday.

Five killed in another Boko Haram attack in Nigeria

Abuja , Feb 2

Boko Haram militants killed five people in two separate attacks in the northeast Nigerian city of Gombe Sunday, witnesses said.

Egypt releases, deports jailed Australian journalist

Cairo , Feb 2

Egypt decided to release jailed journalist Peter Greste, who will now be deported back to his native Australia, according to report in the state news agency MENA Sunday.