Mayweather’s protégé defends his IBF superfeatherweight title against Liam Walsh in London on Saturday
Professional boxing operates on a simple principle: destroy all harmony. It has been that way for a couple of centuries and it is not altogether a mystery given it is a sport that accommodates raw, if legal, violence.
That it is why casual observers were pleasantly surprised when Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko refused to “get in the gutter” before trying to knock each other unconscious in front of 90,000 fans at Wembley two weekends ago.
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The president isn’t big on foreign travel, but he’ll have his needs accommodated on the nine-day jaunt, including his beloved steak with a side of ketchup
When Donald Trump sits down for dinner in Saudi Arabia, caterers have ensured that his favorite meal – steak with a side of ketchup – will be offered alongside the traditional local cuisine.
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A passenger filmed an apparently sleeping driver on the Croydon tram network.
LONDON (Reuters) – The European Union’s financial services chief said on Friday he will ask the bloc’s banking watchdog to rethink its proposed ban on “screen scraping” or financial technology firms directly accessing bank accounts.
Newly released video footage raises the question.
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NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) – Companies without cyber insurance are dusting off policies covering kidnap, ransom and extortion in the world’s political hotspots to recoup losses caused by ransomware viruses such as “WannaCry”, insurers say.
The latest controversy to hit the White House has rocked Washington – but Trump voters in this once-Democratic stronghold are standing by their man
Nobody really knows what Donald Trump’s supporters would do if the president really did stand in the middle of New York’s Fifth Avenue and shoot someone.
For now, the president has merely fired the director of the FBI and been saddled with a special counsel investigating possible links between his 2016 campaign and an alleged Russian effort to interfere in the election.
The Swedish decision only brings into focus Assange’s core conflict with the US government.