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Nice To Meet You

Hello to anybody who may read this.

My name is Spencer, and I am a cricket fanatic. I had always been interested in the sport, but my obsession really began in the summer of 2011/12 and I have been hooked ever since. 99 more words

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The tension, the drama, the movie

After a mediocre 2007 One Day World Cup, the film producers needed a low-budget blockbuster to minimize the losses. As it turned out, India and Pakistan on 24th September 2007 made it through the final round, after auditioning for a couple of weeks with 12 teams. 355 more words

Cricket

21 November 2014 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

ICC Prosecutor considers charges against ISIS fighters: Fatou Bensouda, ICC prosecutor, is considering pressing charges for war crimes and crimes against humanity against Islamic State jihad fighters. 150 more words

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Moeen Ali demonstrates his skill in win over Sri Lanka XI

Moeen Ali was at the forefront of the win against Sri Lanka XI as he took 3/29 of 9 overs with the ball and then hit 56 runs off 37 balls which included 10 fours with 6 of them coming in the first over and 1 six. 240 more words

CRiCKeT

Smith conquers MCG demons

Australia 268/7 (Smith 104) BEAT South Africa 267/8 (de Villiers 91)

The supposed weaker batsmen of the Australian batting line up but they showed why they should be feared just like the others with a tantalizing counter attacking display. 290 more words

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In Leiden, experts celebrate 25th anniversary of Children's Convention

LEIDEN – Children, or kinder, has been the watchword these days in this Dutch city, where Leiden University’s been hosting a whirlwind of activities to mark the 25th anniversary of the… 352 more words

Essay

20 November 2014 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

Khieu Samphan Defense misses ECCC deadline to end boycott: On Monday, 17 November 2014, ECCC judges gave Khieu Samphan until 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, 18, November 2014, to end the boycott of his defense team in Case 002/02 or else face expedited proceedings.  318 more words

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