Following several reports that Kate Middleton has become a thorn in the flesh of the royal family due to marriage issues plus the untimely chaos her mother, Carole Middleton, has caused, the Duchess of Cambridge is once again under the fire as news surfaced that she is convincing her brother-in-law to ditch Cressida Bonas.
Bonas and Prince Harry have broken up early in 2014, but it seems memories of the past have started to bring the exes together again and the sister-in-law is reportedly intervening in the spark that could rekindle the flame between the two.
An insider told OK! Magazine that the Duchess is totally against Harry getting back together with Bonas. "Kate doesn't like Cressida at all," the insider revealed, adding that Middleton has deeper reasons for disliking her brother-in-law's former flame aside from the idea of her being Prince Harry's love interest. "It goes deeper than that. She doesn't want her in the family," the source said. more >>
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has accused the Islamic State terror group of carrying out the suicide bombing in Ankara on Saturday that killed 97 people. Davutoglu vowed, however, that he will not let Turkey be torn apart like Syria.
"These attacks will not turn Turkey into a Syria," Davutoglu said on Monday, according to BBC News.
"We investigate Daesh (IS) as our No. 1 priority. There [has] been good progress toward identifying a name. That name points to an organization." more >>
A Pakistani Christian family in Britain claims they are being threatened and harassed for renouncing Islam and have accused the Church of England of failing to support them.
In 1996 Nissar Hussain, his wife, Kubra, and their six children converted to Christianity from Islam and they never imagined the violent backlash that would ensue. The former Muslims said their decision to leave Islam led to somewhat of a community hate campaign that drove them out of their family home in Bradford, England, in 2006.
Car windows were smashed, the family's house was egged and they were even attacked in the street by neighbors who deemed them to be "apostates" or traitors to Islam for accepting Jesus Christ as their Savior. more >>
"Minecraft" will soon be adding a new feature in their upcoming PC update allowing players to fly using a special cape.
Swedish game developer Mojang has announced it will be releasing its 1.9 update, Java edition for PC, for its 3D sandbox game, "Minecraft," adding the power to fly via a special cape that will be included in the patch.
The special flying cape will not need to be crafted, however, unlike other tools and equipment in "Minecraft." Instead, players will have to find the cape when the update arrives, which will replace any existing capes a character already owns. more >>
"Game of Thrones" Season 6 is expected to begin airing on HBO next year and already, a sense for how the upcoming season evolves has been revealed.
A panel composed of some of the "Game of Thrones" cast was present during the New York Comic-Con 2015 this week, answering fans' questions about what to expect in Season 6, and while actual spoilers weren't discussed, Natalie Dormer, Finn Jones, and Keisha Castle-Hughes gave fans a hint of what the upcoming season may bring.
According to Dormer, who plays Margaery Tyrell in the award winning fantasy epic, her character's ongoing feud with Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) will continue to escalate. After her naked walk of shame from the Great Sept of Baelor to the Red Keep last season, Cersei is finally free from the High Sparrow's (Jonathan Pryce) clutches, but she is eager to launch a fresh attack on the person she deems responsible for her humiliating fall from grace. more >>
England host Estonia at Wembley Stadium in the closing stages of the UEFA European Championships Qualifier.
The match is on October 9, 2015 at 2:45 PM ET.
With only two matches remaining for both clubs in the competition, expect the matches to be tighter as they battle for position going into the final tournament. more >>