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New Zealand vs Bangladesh called off as tourists narrowly escape shooting at Christchurch mosque

talkSPORT Friday, 15 March 2019 ()
Bangladesh’s third and final Test against New Zealand has been cancelled following Friday’s mosque shootings in Christchurch. The tourists were almost caught up in the incidents, as they arrived for prayers at the Deans Avenue mosque when the attack was in progress. According to reports they were told to stay on the bus before making […]
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