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Bangladesh cricket team escape shooting at Christchurch mosque

BBC Sport Friday, 15 March 2019
Bangladesh cricket team escape shooting at Christchurch mosqueThe Bangladesh cricket team escapes a fatal mass shooting a mosque in Christchurch and Test match against New Zealand is cancelled.
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Escaped mosque attack by minutes Bangladesh cricket manager recounts horror

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