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West Indies v England, third one-day international: live – Telegraph.co.uk

ESPNcricinfo.com West Indies v England, third one-day international: liveTelegraph.co.ukBy Alan Tyers and Ben Bloom. 9:43PM GMT 05 Mar 2014. England edged to a 25-run win against the West Indies thanks to a century from Joe Root and 99 from Jos Buttler, although an inspired hundred by Denesh Ramdin briefly threatened to derail them …England spring shoots of regrowthESPNcricinfo.comCricket – England ...

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West Indies v England – Sportinglife.com

West Indies v EnglandSportinglife.comJoe Root’s maiden one-day international hundred helped England edge a nervy first series victory for almost seven months, against West Indies. Sky Bet. West Indies v England. Click here to bet. Root celebrates his century in England’s victory. Related …

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Cricket-England beat West Indies by 25 runs in third one-dayer – Reuters UK

Cricket-England beat West Indies by 25 runs in third one-dayerReuters UKMarch 5 (Reuters) – England beat West Indies by 25 runs in the third one-day international in Antigua on Wednesday to win the series 2-1. England 303-6 (50 overs, J.Root 107, J.Buttler 99, M.Ali 55) v West Indies 278 all out (47.4 overs, D.Ramdin 128).

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Tunisia lifts state of emergency, three years after revolt

TUNIS (Reuters) – Tunisia has lifted a state of emergency three years after it was imposed, in a largely symbolic move to show security is improving in the North African state. Since the 2011 uprising that ousted autocrat Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisian security…

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Tunisia lifts state of emergency, three years after revolt

TUNIS (Reuters) – Tunisia has lifted a state of emergency three years after it was imposed, in a largely symbolic move to show security is improving in the North African state. Since the 2011 uprising that ousted autocrat Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisian security…

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Cricket|Graeme Smith Retires From South African Cricket – New York Times


Cricket|Graeme Smith Retires From South African Cricket
New York Times
Smith, who quit international cricket this week, has been defined like no other recent player for his achievements leading South Africa. But his 9,265 runs in five-day tests make him South Africa's second-highest scorer of all time and fourth among all ...

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Membership of Japan’s yakuza crime gangs falls to all-time low

Police say number of people in organised crime syndicates fell below 60,000 for first time on record last year Members of the largest yakuza group, the Yamaguchi-gumi, at a funeral in the 1980s. Photograph: AP The number of people belonging to Japan’s notorious yakuza crime groups fell to…

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Membership of Japan’s yakuza crime gangs falls to all-time low

Police say number of people in organised crime syndicates fell below 60,000 for first time on record last year Members of the largest yakuza group, the Yamaguchi-gumi, at a funeral in the 1980s. Photograph: AP The number of people belonging to Japan’s notorious yakuza crime groups fell to…

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Fortunate Youth’s All-Ages Reggae Shows Breathe Life Into the Band – OC Weekly (blog)


Fortunate Youth's All-Ages Reggae Shows Breathe Life Into the Band
OC Weekly (blog)
While "fortunate" may be an obvious descriptor for guys who get to travel the country playing reggae, the "youth" part has gained more significance as five years of recording and touring has expanded the group's positive vibe to a national, all-ages ...

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