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    The spectre of terrorism hangs over cricket's T20 World Cup in the West Indies and United States, after the release of a haunting poster threatening an attack at the June 9 India-Pakistan game in New York

    The spectre of terrorism hangs over cricket's T20 World Cup in the West Indies and United States, after the release of a haunting poster threatening an attack at the June 9 India-Pakistan game in New York


    The graphic features a hooded man with this message: "you wait for the matches... and we wait for you".

    Elsewhere, the Black Caps have arrived in Port-Of-Spain to prepare for their first game Saturday week in Guyana.

    Pace bowler Matt Henry's coming off a four-game stint with Lucknow in the Indian Premier League...



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     Other Cricket News
     16 Jun: England's fate at cricket's T20 World Cup is finally back in their own hands
     15 Jun: Black Caps veteran Trent Boult has confirmed this T20 World Cup will be his last
     14 Jun: Wholesale changes aren't on the agenda for the Black Caps at the T20 World Cup
     14 Jun: The Black Caps' catastrophic T20 World Cup campaign has been described as a "monumental failure" by former international Peter McGlashan
     14 Jun: Former Black Cap Peter McGlashan has pointed to the selections of Finn Allen and Devon Conway as possible flaws in New Zealand's approach to the T20 World Cup
     13 Jun: Reece Walsh is set to be available for Queensland selection for game two of league's State of Origin at the Melbourne Cricket Ground
     13 Jun: The Black Caps are refusing to dwell on their all-but-guaranteed exit from the T-20 Cricket World Cup just yet
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