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March 18, 2003

Olonga evades cops, goes into exile
Seven policemen arrived during the Zimbabwe-Sri Lanka tie to 'escort him home'. Olonga escaped.

World Cup turns Africa upside down
Cricket in all three countries is likely to face tumultuous times in the months to come.

Sri Lanka steal a place in semis
Opener Marvan Atapattu scored an unbeaten 103 as Sri Lanka beat Zimbabwe by 74 runs in their Super Six match.

Olonga retires from international cricket
He said it might be dangerous for him to return to Zimbabwe in the current political climate.

Flower announces retirement
'It's very sad that tomorrow will be my last game,' Zimbabwe's wicketkeeper-batsman said.

Zimbabwe want winning send-off for Andy
Captain Heath Streak is looking to win Saturday's match against Sri Lanka for his ace batsman who's set to retire.

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Final throw of the dice for Pakistan
Pakistan, says Asif Iqbal, must pull it off against Zimbabwe tomorrow, at least for Wasim Akram's sake.

The Chinaman cometh
Nothing is more enjoyable than to see a top batsman bamboozled by a wrist spinner. Brad Hogg won the battle against Andy Flower, says Peter Roebuck.

It's raining on Australia's parade
Peter Roebuck watches Zimbabwe struggle for survival off the field -- and earn free points on it.

A tale of two captains
Heath Streak has risen to the challenge of a World Cup in Africa. Shaun Pollock must show that he is not merely a fine player but a great African, writes Peter Roebuck.

Commonsense prevailed when India batted: Chappell
Former Australia captain Greg Chappell reflects on India's easy victory over Zimbabwe.

Sadness beneath the smiles
Peter Roebuck soaks in the atmosphere at Harare as India beat Zimbabwe.

'A country does not run on World Cups'
In Zimbabwe, the World Cup is a poisoned chalice. Faisal Shariff's diary.

Choices in black and white
That India has no quarrel with the government of Zimbabwe reflects poorly on its own society, says Ashwin Mahesh.
Should India Play in Zimbabwe?
If cricket shouldn't be played in Zimbabwe on account of its human rights record, then why is Pakistan any different? asks Roshan Paul.

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Whittall joins Zimbabwe exodus
Kenya secure historic victory | Scores
Zimbabwe selector quits
Why Kenya v Zim is crucial
Astle and Cairns take Kiwis to victory | Scores
Zimbabwe through; Pak, England out | Scores
Australia too good for Zimbabwe | Scores
India easily overcome Zimbabwe | Scores
England match off; Zimbabwe get points
Aussies may spend least time necessary in Zim
'Drained' Hussain still hoping for Zimbabwe switch
England won't go to Zimbabwe: Bacher
Zimbabwe cloud gets darker as World Cup row grows
England match in Zimbabwe: ICC reply Tuesday
England deny Zimbabwe boycott decision
Andy Flower, Olonga to wear black armbands
Zimbabwe post record total against Namibia
Zimbabwe rout Namibia | Scores
England delay Zimbabwe boycott decision
Zimbabwe to boycott matches if venue shifted
Ponting puts trust in ACB over Zimbabwe decision
Zimbabwe, Kenya remain as World Cup hosts
Zimbabwe matches to go ahead
India happy to play in Zimbabwe: Ganguly
England players want Zimbabwe match to be shifted
Zimbabwe rely on Flower power
England team receive warning on Zimbabwe
ICC gives go-ahead for matches in Zimbabwe
Speed plays straight bat on Zimbabwe
Speed to visit Zimbabwe tomorrow
England split over playing in Zimbabwe
England say they will play in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe protesters invade Lord's meeting
Zimbabwe fixtures contingency plan shelved
'English players will not shake Mugabe's hand'
Zimbabwe faces dismal future: Goodwin
ECB chief upset after meeting on Zimbabwe fails
'Zimbabwe matches should go ahead'


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