Jan. 31) Uzbekistan officials say they have found the world's oldest woman and, if her age proves to be accurate, she would be the oldest documented person to have ever lived, according to BBC News. Tuti Yusupova's birth certificate says she was born in 1880, officials told the BBC. That would make her 128, six years older than the previously oldest documented person -- Frenchwoman Jeanne Calment, who died at age 122 on Aug. 4, 1997.
Uzbekistan officials say this woman, Tuti Yusupova, is 128 years old, making her the world's oldest woman. If their assertion is correct, Yusupova is six years older than the oldest documented person to have ever lived, but her records have not been independently verified. She lives in a remote village.

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Uzbekistan Claims World's Oldest Woman