To be a qualified Bond girl, one has to be smart, stunningly beautiful, and always ready for any situation: Stephanie Sigman has it all and she is ready to share her experiences, including some with co-star Daniel Craig, the current James Bond.
In an interview with news.com.au, the 28-year-old shared her experiences on set, referring to herself as "difficult as an artist." She says she is fond of difficult people, as well as signs of difficulty in people mean that they are "perfectionists and they're passionate."
Turning the conversation toward her co-star, Sigman said she was surprised when she met Craig, noting that she found a "true artist" and a "real actor on set." The Bond girl was first worried since she has not met the actor before but she said Craig has helped her a lot during filming. more >>
U.K.'s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) has discovered during investigations that ISIS spies have been targeting information held by a couple of David Cameron's senior ministers.
According to The Telegraph, the extremists linked to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) have been going through the exchange of emails in some of David Cameron's most senior ministers, including Home Secretary Theresa May's account.
It was reported that one of the terror group's leaders was killed during a U.S. air drone strike recently, and hacking into the accounts of senior ministers could give the terrorists an overview of the top British officials' schedules, as well as events that members of the royal family will be attending. more >>
Iranian Muslims seeking asylum in Germany are reportedly converting to Christianity at a high rate, and one Berlin church has seen its membership jump from 150 to 600 in a short time, with most of its new members being Muslim converts.
These new believers have been baptized in the name of Jesus Christ and wish to never return to their home country to the intense persecution from radical groups like Islamic State.
Becoming a Christian also helps migrants' and refugees' chances of staying in Germany, but the pastor of the booming Berlin church isn't worried about the motives behind the conversions. more >>
It's amazing how healing the power of love can be. It can change someone's attitude instantly. This is a story about an orphan pony named Breeze who lost his mother and was found in a park.
Breeze was discovered shortly after his birth in Dartmoor National Park in Devon, England. The pony had been unable to locate its mother and went into shock. Thank God that two rescuers from a local sanctuary found Breeze before anything bad happened to him. They were able to bring him to safety, but one major thing was missing from his life … his mother.
Rescuers pondered a solution and decided to give Breeze a giant teddy bear to snuggle. As you will see in the video, Breeze took this teddy bear and made it his best friend! We all need friends that we can count on, and so do animals! more >>
Lydia Sebastian always had a feeling that she might be quite intelligent, and recently, it has been proven in a test she took during summer.
The 12-year-old girl scored 162 on Mensa's Cattell III B paper, which, if one attains, is an indication that the IQs of well-known geniuses Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking have now been stamped on.
However, the British student attending Colchester County high school, a selective grammar school in Essex, England, says she doesn't feel good about the comparison. more >>
Dozens of Christian pilgrims are flocking to the western Ukrainian village of Beregovoy, where the figures of Virgin Mary and the baby Jesus are believed to appear on a window pane.
The Mail Online reported on Thursday that some Christians believe the stains on the double-glazed window resemble that of a mother and a baby, which they have likened to Mary and Jesus — a popular image in Eastern Orthodox iconography.
Images and videos taken of the window make it hard to distinguish shapes, but some locals have said that they are convinced the alleged miracle is a sign of God. more >>