English actor Kit Harrington, who portrays Jon Snow in the HBO fantasy epic, "Game of Thrones," was photographed landing in Belfast, Northern Ireland where "GoT" Season 6 will be filming this week.
A number of fans photographed his arrival at the airport and posted the images on social media site, Tumblr and "GoT" news websites, Watchers on the Wall and Winter is Coming, fanning rumors his character Jon Snow may be revived when Season 6 of the award-winning show premieres in 2016.
According to Watchers on the Wall, Harrington has flown in to Belfast several times in the last two months for table readings and pre-production. more >>
An elderly French man who has been convinced of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl has said that sex abuse he suffered as a child at the hands of a Roman Catholic priest turned him into a pedophile. The man added that he is suing the Vatican for $54,000.
Emmanuel Ludot, the lawyer for the 64-year-old French man who was not named, told France's RTL channel that his client is demanding punishment for the 82-year-old priest who abused him.
The French man is claiming that the priest, who cannot be jailed due to the statute of limitations, began abusing him when he was 12 at a boarding school. The incidents of sexual assault allegedly continued for several years. more >>
Survivors and witnesses to Monday's terror attack by suspected ISIS militants on the Turkish border town of Suruc have shared stories of the horrors they witnessed following the bomb blast that killed at least 32 people and wounded 100 others.
"People's faces were blown off, arms scattered ... you could smell burned bodies," eyewitness Erhan Subasi told CNN.
"Kids were screaming, everyone was screaming and running," Subasi continued. "Everyone was in a panic but trying to help." more >>
"Grand Ages: Medieval" is coming the Sony PlayStation 4 console on September 25. The real-time strategy game, developed by Gaming Minds and published by Kalypso Games, is said to be a follow-up to its 2009 "Grand Ages: Rome" game, also a strategy game set during the final years of the Roman Republic.
The game will first arrive in Europe on Sept. 25, then North America on Sept.29 for the PlayStation 4 and PC. "Grand Ages: Medieval," according to an IGN report, is a strategy game set in a "massive world" consisting of 20 million square kilometers for its single player campaign.
The game's creative director Daniel Dumont described the game as "a real-time, grand scale strategy game that takes place in the High Middle Ages," in the PlayStation Blog. "The game begins in the year 1050 A.D. as you assume the role of a mayor governing a small European settlement. Your goal is to lead your people through the decades by expanding your trade routes and nation's influence; and eventually, begin conquering all of Europe." more >>
Surprising news coming from a company that is well known for making amplifiers, speaker cabinets and personal headphones for professional musicians and music groups – Marshall Amplification recently announced that they are making a smartphone that will be a stand out in audio performance.
The new phone is called The London, and according to a Tech Times report, it is Marshall's first foray into the smartphone market. The company promises that the new phone will provide a "better audio experience" for smartphone users who are music lovers also.
The London looks sleek with its matte black color and a metallic gold trim, and is said to be similar in design with other Marshall products such as its amplifiers or its top of the line headphones. In terms of the specifications, the report said that it will have a 4.7-inch 720p display, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage and a microSD slot. No mention was made about what processor it will have. It will be equipped with an 8-megapixel rear shooter and a 2-megapixel front shooter, with a battery capacity of 2,500mAh. Android 5.0.2 will come pre-installed, as well as some custom music applications. more >>
Terror group ISIS is planning to send members of an all-female police force to attack Christian holy sites in Europe, a Syrian military expert has said, identifying the Vatican as one possible target of the attacks.
Fahad Al-Masri, the president of the Centre for Strategy, Military and Security Studies in Syria, shared with the MailOnline on Monday that members of the infamous Al-Khansaa Brigade are planning to disguise themselves as tourists in Europe so that they can carry out the attacks.
"This is the first time women will be used in these operations. It will be a surprise for the European authorities who look for men. Women are not as difficult as men to sneak into countries and there are many European women in the Al-Khansaa Brigade — like French and British — which makes it easier for them to get in undetected," Al-Masri said. more >>