Gamers from Europe will soon be able to play "Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair," as well as get a hold on a new DLC.
"Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair" launches next month in Europe
Publisher PQube has announced "Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair's" release date in Europe. The game, which was released in North America and Japan last year, will be available to gamers in the region on Feb. 12 for £44.99. more >>
Several British parliament members are speaking out against government-proposed inspections that they fear would force Christian Sunday schools to censor their teaching of Christian values, such as traditional marriage.
Four Christian members of parliament sent a letter to The Telegraph warning that newly-proposed Ofsted inspections could pose a problem for Sunday schools and other out-of-school groups that teach religious values.
The inspections were recently proposed by Britain's Department of Education after Prime Minister David Cameron warned that some out-of-school programs for Muslim children may teach extremist ideology. more >>
International protests are being planned throughout the month of January after the Norwegian government removed five children from their Christian parents under accusations of "religious indoctrination."
Protests are planned for the rest of January in the Czech Republic, Latvia, Austria, Romania, Spain, Ireland, India, Poland, and Australia, along with several other countries to speak out against the recent separation of five Christian children from their parents at the hands of government officials.
In November 2015, Norway's child welfare services, known as Barnevernet, removed five children, including three sons and two daughters, from parents Ruth and Marius Bodnariu, residents of Naustdal and members of the Pentecostal Church. more >>
The sale of pepper spray and non-lethal guns has registered a "huge spike" in the city of Cologne in Germany after it witnessed an unprecedented spate of sex attacks on women and robberies allegedly by "Arab or North African" immigrant men on New Year's Eve, resulting in the term "rapefugees" being coined.
"We saw a huge spike of sales numbers after January," NBC News quoted Ingo Meinhard, head of the German association for gunsmiths and weapons dealers, as saying. Meinhard was referring to the sales of "so-called deterrents and defensive small arms."
"CS gas spray, stun guns and pepper spray are especially in great demand," he said. more >>
"Outlander" season 2 will see Claire finally expecting her first child with Jamie, but her pregnancy may complicate their new life in Paris and the mission they have crafted for themselves.
Ronald Moore, "Outlander" season 2's executive producer, has revealed that Claire and Jamie's woes are still not over as they will undergo a lot of things that will put their love for each other to the test. In addition, Claire's pregnancy will be a dangerous one and her situation will also affect their marriage in some ways, according to Youth Health Mag.
Based on the new trailer for "Outlander" season 2, Claire and Jamie will embark on a journey to start a new life in Paris. Along the road, they will plan on infiltrating the Jacobite rebellion in an effort to prevent it from happening in France and eventually save Scotland. They will begin by attending parties and befriending the most influential people, but the situation will not be easy for both of them, the International Business Times AU reports. more >>
French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has sparked a new wave of outrage on social media with its latest cartoon, this time depicting the drowned 3-year-old Syrian boy of the world-famous photo last year as a grown-up sex attacker.
The image of the dead boy was used in news headlines around the world, which sparked international attention and sympathy for the plight of the refugees. more >>