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Attack near Weavers Fields

ATTACK TOOK place in the wooded area adjacent to Weavers Fields last Tuesday. Two young teenagers were set upon by two older men of Eastern European appearance who spoke to each other in what appeared to be an Eastern European ...

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Scintilla sees off Challengers

Emdad Rahman AMINUL ISLAM SHIHAN was 81 not out as Ayaz Karim’s Scintilla made quick work of Challengers CC in the latest round of the National Cricket League. Challengers won the toss and batted first, with Mostafa hitting 70 for ...

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Tony Blair escapes prosecution

IT WAS BAD news today for Abdul Wahed Shannan Al Rabbat, who has been trying to take a private prosecution against Tony Blair through the British courts. The former Iraqi General alleges that Blair committed a crime when, as Prime ...

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England Women win World Cup

IT’S NOT OFTEN England win a cricket World Cup – but the Women’s Team romped home with the Cup last weekend. And London Bangla is convinced the team drew inspiration from their meeting with the London Bangla team nearly three ...

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