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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.

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.

Paris to ban motor vehicles for an entire day

Paris - The capital of France will ban motor vehicles for a single day next month. This will allow visitors to experience Paris without motorized traffic.

Not just 10: Microsoft caught spying on Windows 7 and 8 users too

Microsoft has been caught installing updates onto Windows 7 and 8 computers that effectively introduce the same diagnostic telemetry technology used in Windows 10. It indiscriminately uploads data to Microsoft's servers, a major privacy concern for many.

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 to put overseas terror suspects still imprisoned at the U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, when that prison closes sometime next year.

Auschwitz generates controversy with 'cooling showers'

Poland continues to suffer from a brutal heat wave. To help keep visitors cool, Auschwitz — a former concentration camp now serving as a museum and memorial — installed cooling showers near the entrance.

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

China's WWII military parade a show of strength

Bejing - Soldiers will march, gleaming hardware will roll, and warplanes will fly above Tiananmen Square at China's WWII anniversary parade, but major Western leaders are shunning the show as Beijing assumes an increasingly assertive role on the global stage.

Review: James Wesley captivates on new 'Hooked Up' music video Special

Country singer James Wesley is back with his newest music video for his single "Hooked Up," which is a neat fishing anthem.

Op-Ed: Nonito Donaire out to halt Scott Quigg's 31-fight winning streak

Fve-division world champion and the former WBA (Super) featherweight titlist Nonito "The Filipino Flash" Donaire has what it takes to put an end to Scott Quigg's 31-fight winning streak when they collide on Nov. 21 in Manchester, England.

River Thames is full of marine life

London - When one thinks of places to watch marine life, the River Thames is not the location that springs to mind. However, in recent years sightings of marine animals have been increasing.

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.

First impressions made faster than eye blink

People make snap judgments — a quality wired into the eye and brain. Studies show that first impressions are quick to form and hard to change.

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.

Erdogan's gamble may not solve Turkey poll impasse

Istanbul - Less than five months after the last legislative elections, Turks on November 1 will vote again in one of the biggest gambles of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's political career.

Extrajudicial killings in Venezuela catches the eye of the UN

Many Venezuelans are probably wondering today just who is in charge of their country. Is it President Maduro, or the military? With the border fight still going on with Colombia, things have gone from bad to worse today.

Op-Ed: Chrissie Hynde — Comments were wrong, condemn them, not a victim

The Pretenders front woman Chrissie Hynde has caused a social media storm by claiming in an interview that she was to blame for her sexual assault 40 years ago and for her comments on rape.

Painful memories for blind activist who escaped China's grip

Paris - Blind and a prisoner in his own home, he escaped when a guard had a moment of inattention, feeling for obstacles and scrambling over walls, breaking his foot and crawling away covered in blood to find help.

Chaos in Hungary as Europe migrant crisis escalates

Budapest - Hungarian police evacuated Budapest's main international rail station on Tuesday after hundreds of migrants tried to board trains to western Europe, as new figures showed more than 350,000 have risked their lives so far this year crossing the Mediterra...
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