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Carbon dating suggests early Quran is older than Muhammad

Carbon dating suggests that the Quran, or at least portions of it, may actually be older than the prophet Muhammad himself. If the findings are proven true, it could rewrite early Islamic history and shed doubt on the "heavenly" origins of the holy text.

Diego de la Hoya following footsteps of cousin Oscar de la Hoya

A close relative of legendary boxer Oscar de la Hoya is making headway in boxing as he aims for his first title shot after beating all his opponents since he turned pro three years ago.

Review: ‘The End of the Tour’ is an intense period of dubious honesty Special

'The End of the Tour’ effectively recounts a few brutally honest days spent between a magazine writer and a reclusive author thrust into the spotlight.

Taiwan 'porn star' travel cards sell out amid controversy

Taipei - Thousands of prepaid travel cards featuring a popular Japanese porn star sold out in a matter of hours in Taipei on Tuesday, despite a groundswell of objection from women's groups and politicians.

Weather history — El nino cause of 3 hurricanes in Pacific

It has never happened before, at least since weather records have been kept, but this past weekend, the world saw three very powerful category 4 tropical cyclones swirling in the central and eastern basins of the Pacific Ocean.

White House officials still plan to close Guantanamo Bay prison

Washington - Existing prison facilities at Leavenworth, Kan., and Charleston, S.C., are possible locations for where overseas terror suspects may be imprisoned at the U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, when that prison closes sometime next year.

Frozen corn under four labels recalled because of health risks

Brockport - A large French company that produces processed vegetables has recalled over 9,000 cases of frozen corn due to the possible contamination of the product with Listeria monocytogenes.

'Fat is not the enemy' says dietitian

While recommendations for a low in saturated fat diet remain, nutrition experts warn that many are replacing fat with salt and sugar.

Review: Public Image Ltd return with 'What The World Needs Now…'

The post-punk pioneers, John Lydon's first project after the demise of The Sex Pistols, released "This is PiL" in 2012, their first album in 20 years. Now they're back with the follow-up, but is it as good as its predecessor?

Polish military to look for fabled Nazi 'gold train'

Varsovia - Poland said Tuesday it would deploy the military to look for an alleged Nazi "gold train" that sparked global fascination after two anonymous treasure hunters claimed they had pinpointed where it is buried.

Op-Ed: Why Floyd Mayweather should watch out for Andre Berto's uppercut

No matter what fans say about Andre Berto as Floyd Mayweather's opponent for his Sept. 12 retirement fight, it cannot be denied that Berto has what he calls a crazy uppercut which could turn Mayweather upside down for an unexpected KO win by Berto.

China's flights hit by new disturbance — fighting pilots

Bejing - After a series of flight disruptions by angry or unruly passengers, Chinese media on Tuesday revealed a new menace to air travel in the country: fighting pilots.

UN investigates UK Govt. over human rights welfare reform abuses

The United Nations plans to visit the UK to investigate whether Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith's welfare reforms have caused harmful and systematic abuses of disabled people's human rights, The Independent reports.

Ex-Facebookers raise $6 million to bring Internet to more people

In June 2014, Facebook engineers Sam Gadodia, Terry Guo, and Shao Xia left the $250 billion company. The three launched a startup in stealth called LotusFlare to bring internet to more people around the world.

Saudi-led coalition air strikes in south Yemen kill 20

Aden - At least 20 rebels and pro-government fighters have been killed in Saudi-led coalition air strikes targeting insurgent positions in south Yemen, military sources said on Tuesday.

Big Kenny from Big & Rich talks new show 'Big Kenny & Family' Special

Big Kenny from the country duo Big & Rich chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming one-hour family special, "Big Kenny & Family," which premieres on September 2 on TLC.

Japan arrests 'Flipper' trainer as dolphin hunt starts

Toukyo - Japanese police said Tuesday they had arrested US animal rights activist Ric O'Barry, who trained dolphins for the TV show "Flipper", near the town of Taiji as it kicked off its controversial dolphin hunt.

Pope tells priests to pardon women who have abortions

Vatican City - Pope Francis on Tuesday called on priests to pardon women who have abortions during the upcoming Jubilee year -- overruling hardline traditionalists within the Catholic Church.

Migrants using fake Syrian passports to enter EU: Border agency

Paris - A market in fake Syrian passports has sprung up, particularly in Turkey, to help migrants and refugees enter the EU, the head of Europe's border agency Frontex said on Tuesday.

Op-Ed: Time to talk about restoring the Donbass

Kiev - Despite Kiev’s Constitutional Court’s positive assessment of the government’s groundbreaking decentralization plans that would give more powers and autonomy to all Ukrainian regions, all sides of the debate appear to have walked away feeling cheated
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