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Pacquiao vs Matthysse fight – when and where
Manny Pacquiao vs Lucas Mattyhsse takes place on Saturday, June 14 at 9pm ET, 6pm ET, 2am Sunday morning BST, and 11am Sunday AEST. Though we can probably expect the boxers to enter the ring a couple of hours later than those official times. 

The fight will be held at the 16,000-capacity Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

Manny Pacquiao is back and he’s out to snatch the WBA welterweight belt from Argentine Lucas Mattyhsse this weekend. This should be some fight and we’re here to make sure you don’t miss any of the action – get yourself a live stream no matter where you are in the world. 

Given the highly controversial nature of his defeat to Jeff Horn last year, which saw the unanimous judge’s decision fiercely contested throughout boxing, Pacquiao will be on a mission for revenge in Kuala Lumpur. 

While not quite at Pacman’s 39 years, 35-year-old Matthysse is another fighter out to prove his career isn’t hitting a decline. An impressive knock-out of Tewa Kiram in January this year would have done his confidence no harm at all, and Pacquiao will need to rediscover some of his form from yesteryear if he’s to out-do defending champion Matthysse. 

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Ex Fabula: Vive la France!

If you always wanted to travel to Paris but haven't made it around to … in a few Ultra-Shorts, for good measure, all along the theme of Vive la France!
social experiment by Livio Acerbo #greengroundit #travel #tours

Twitter bans Russia-linked accounts following indictments

“We’re reviewing our policies in light of this and expect to make updates soon,” Twitter said in an additional statement. “We recognize that to promote healthy conversation we need to be responsive to ways the platform is being misused and we are committed to that here and everywhere.”

It’s not certain what those changes might be. However, Twitter has faced more than a handful of accusations that it only belatedly recognized the threat of electoral interference on its platform, with bot purges, candidate labels and other anti-manipulation tactics only coming after the 2016 US presidential vote. This may be an acknowledgment that it needs to be more proactive in dealing with accounts linked to hacking and other criminal activity, especially when politics are involved.

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Denmark ‘wins’ mobile World Cup

This weekend’s World Cup final will determine which country has the right to call themselves the best football team in the world. But there’s another title up for grabs – the mobile network World Cup.

OpenSignal, whose network data comes from hundreds of millions of samples from tens of thousands of devices, has devised a tournament to see which of the 32 participating nations has the best connectivity.

The process is far from scientific, and OpenSignal itself admits it’s just a bit of fun. After all, who doesn’t enjoy a little bit of competition?

Mobile World Cup

The first round of the tournament was contested on overall download speed. The groups are the same as they are in the real FIFA World Cup and the top two in each will progress to the second round.

Eleven of the 16 nations that qualified for the second round in Russia also progressed in OpenSignal’s tournament. In Group C, Australia’s 32Mbps saw it advance ahead of France (20Mbps), while Iceland’s 37Mbps trumped Argentina’s [...]  read more