Nearly 1,000 youth sent to a religious camp found themselves going through exorcisms at the hands of a local priest in Gryfice, Poland.
They were originally attending the camp to help them "explore God and devote themselves to spiritual renewal through prayer," the Daily Mail reported.
However, they found themselves undergoing exorcism with priest Tomas Wieczorek. The exorcisms came as a surprise to the youth as well as their parents, who believed they were just attending a typical religious camp. According to the Metropolitan Police, there has been an increase in the performance of exorcisms on youth in Britain and throughout Europe. more >>
Denmark has successfully blocked popular file sharing sites like Kicka--Torrents, Rarbg, EZTV, and other file sharing portals after copyright infringement complaints were leveled against them.
KickA--Torrents, Rarbg, EZTV and dozens of other file sharing portals, have been effectively blocked in Europe after Denmark put a ban on the BitTorrent sites following allegations of pirated downloads made by a copyright enforcement group.
After unsuccessfully attempting to block The Pirate Bay this year, Denmark, who is spearheading the fight against torrent sharing portals, set their sights on other widely used peer-to-peer file sharing websites, including IsoHunt, TubePlus and dozens of others that provide streaming movies and television shows, as well as torrent downloads for millions of users around the world. more >>
Sony has announced it would be dropping the price of their microconsole, the PlayStation TV in half for the UK market.
Sony's microconsole, the PlayStation TV, will be going at half price in the UK, as the Japanese multinational video game company struggles to move their units.
Initially thought to be a series of clearance sales, the massive discounts were eventually put down to the microconsole's slow moving progress in the midst of the company's faster selling PlayStation 4. more >>
Revelations that Germanwings Flight 9525 co-pilot Andreas Lubitz was treated for "suicidal tendencies" before receiving his pilot's license has sparked a discussion on doctor-patient confidentiality in Germany, with some lawmakers suggesting doctors should have a duty to speak out if a person's condition potentially puts other lives at risk.
The public prosecutor's office in Düsseldorf said on Monday that Lubitz had been treated for "suicidal tendencies" before earning his pilot's license, but following the treatment he appeared to have gotten better and doctors found no other signs of those tendencies or any aggression toward others.
Lubitz is widely believed to have deliberately crashed the Airbus A320 jet last week in the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board. more >>
The new James Bond "Spectre" trailer was released Friday showing the suave spy master on a mysterious quest at his family's old estate.
The 24th James Bond film "Spectre" has just given audiences an eerie look at a dark and baffling quest 007 has set himself to solve involving Skyfall, his family's torched estate in Scotland.
The teaser's somber and moody atmosphere sets the tone for what may very well be an unwanted discovery about James Bond's past. more >>
"Game of Thrones'" actor Peter Dinklage inadvertently let slip a major spoiler for season five of the award-winning epic miniseries, which returns to HBO next month.
Dinklage, who plays witty and sarcastic Tyrion Lannister on "Game of Thrones," just released a big spoiler for season five, which premieres April 12 on HBO.
Dinklage was interviewed by Popsugar recently and accidently revealed Tyrion's fate on the show, which sees him journeying to Meereen to meet the Mother of Dragons, and coming face to face with a dragon himself. more >>