Brace yourselves, "Outlander" fans!
The most-awaited third season of the anticipated series is set to premiere.
Although the release date is not yet fixed, the team behind the series, Production Intelligence, already announced that it started taping its debut episode last Sunday at the Wardpark Studios in Glasgow, Scotland. more >>
A driverless Volkswagen was found parked in a newfangled way: atop a Fiat 500.
When this was brought to social media, some netizens gave comical reaction to the uncommon situation:
ITV News reports that owners of the Volkswagen were stunned when they discovered their car already hovering its body amid the Fiat's roof and a brick wall at Glasgow's South Park Avenue in UK. more >>
Pope Francis has warned Roman Catholic faithful that achieving eternal salvation is a serious life goal, given that God will close the door on entering through the narrow path one day.
"The Lord offers us many opportunities to save ourselves and to enter through the door of salvation. This door is an opportunity that must not be wasted," Francis said on Sunday, according to Vatican Radio, encouraging people to seize the opportunity for salvation without too much academic discourse.
"Because at a certain moment 'the landlord got up and locked the door' (v.25), as mentioned in the Gospel. But if God is good and loves us, why does He close the door — He will close the door at a certain point? Because our life is not a video game or a soap opera; our life is serious and the goal to achieve is important: eternal salvation," he added. more >>
Nearly a dozen ministers within the Church of England are expected to reveal in a letter that they are gay and have married their same-sex partners despite the Church's biblical opposition to gay marriage.
The Guardian reported on Sunday that the letter from the clergy to the Church will ask for permission to carry out blessings for people entering gay marriages.
"Our marriages are legal, celebrated and widely accepted in society," said Andrew Foreshew-Cain, one of the first priests to defy the CofE's ban on gay marriage. more >>
At least 51 people, mostly children, were killed in a suicide bombing on Saturday in the Turkish city of Gaziantep, reports have said, with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan revealing that the attacker was a 12- to-14-year-old child inspired by the Islamic State terror group.
Erdogan blamed IS for the attack, revealing that a further 69 people were wounded, 17 of them seriously.
With a defeat from Monaco in its first UEFA Champions League playoff game since 2011, Villarreal is coming into Game 2 with a chip on its shoulder.
Monaco managed to pull through Game 1 on August 17 with a 1-2 win, despite an underwhelming performance. The win, however, exposed a lot of holes in Villarreal's system, and promises a tough bout come Tuesday.
Spanish struggles more >>