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Top 10 Best Selling Club Football Jerseys

Real Madrid and Manchester United have sold an average of 1.5million official replica shirts globally each year over the past five years – making them the two most popular shirts in football. Daily Mail reports the commercial giants of Spanish and English football topped sales numbers from the 2009-10 season to the 2013-14 season inclusive, according to figures from authoritative ... Read More »

How these popular websites looked at launch

Thanks to the waybackmachine internet archive, we’re still able to see some of the Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 pioneers looked in their earliest incarnations.Take a look below and see how many you recognize from using them in the early stage. google.com – launched in 1996 youtube.com – launched in 2005 facebook.com – launched in 2004 yahoo.com – launched in ... Read More »

Erdogan: Muslims found Americas before Columbus!

Muslims discovered the Americas more than three centuries before Christopher Columbus, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said. He made the claim during a conference of Latin American Muslim leaders in Istanbul, pointing to a diary entry in which Columbus mentioned a mosque on a hill in Cuba. BBC reports that Mr Erdogan also said “Muslim sailors arrived in America ... Read More »

The Most Expensive Items Made With Gold

Off the weirdness scale altogether is artist Terence Koh, who sold his gold plated feces for $500,000. Luckily, no pictures seem to have survived, and you won’t find that on this list. But from caskets to gold toilets, here are the most strangest and some of the most expensive items of their kind made with solid gold. Gold Pill: $425 ... Read More »

World’s tallest man meets shortest in London

The world’s shortest living man has met with the tallest person in the British capital, London, for the very first time to mark the Guinness World Records Day. Sultan Kosen, who is 8 feet 1 inch tall (2.46 m), and tiny Chandra Dangi, who measures only 21.5 inches (54.6 cm), met and shook hands outside the UK Houses of Parliament ... Read More »

Tabriz bazaar in pictures

The Guardian UK – This historical site developed along the caravan routes of antiquity and thrived as a commercial and social centre linking the Persian empire to Europe and China. Iranian conservationists say local merchants, townspeople and the religious class have played a significant role in its dynamics, even as the government influence has steadily grown over the decades. All ... Read More »

Scientists develop germ-extracting nano-bandage

Researchers are developing a state-of-the-art bandage that may be able to extract bugs out of wounds and accelerate the healing process, a report shows. Scientists have discovered that microorganisms are transferred most easily to nanofiber meshes having the same diameters as the sizes of bacteria, researchers said at the 61st annual AVS International Symposium and Exhibition in the US city ... Read More »

Top 10 anti-aging herbs and spices

Alternative health guru Dr. Joseph Mercola reveals his top 10 herbs and spices to prevent disease and combat aging. Dr. Joseph Mercola’s unorthodox methods have made him one of the most controversial figures in the world of alternative medicine. Here, Dr. Mercola counts down the 10 most powerful spices you may already have in your kitchen that can fight aging ... Read More »

Iran South Korea to Play Friendly on November 18th

Iran international striker Reza Ghoochannejhad stated that he has forgotten previous victories over arch rival South Korea because it doesn’t matter to him anymore. Iran will face South Korea again, this time in a friendly in Tehran on November 18 ahead of 2015 AFC Asian Cup. “We have defeated South Korea twice in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers but I ... Read More »

China censors clip of Putin draping coat over their first lady

What seemed to be an innocent moment during the APEC summit in Beijing has grown into a topic of debate, after China’s censors moved to erase Russian President Vladimir Putin’s act of placing a shawl over the shoulders of Peng Liyuan, the wife of China’s President Xi Jinping. NPR reports, the gesture at a fireworks show Monday night was soon ... Read More »