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The attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore in March 2009 was the first time cricketers had been directly targeted by terrorists. That attack, in which several cricketers and coaching staff were injured, shattered the illusion that sportsmen were outside the terrorists' agenda. As the cricketing world tried to digest the the story of Sri Lanka's miraculous escape, Pakistan sunk further into the abyss of isolation
News - Sri Lankan cricketers injured in terror attack
News - Pakistan team had narrow escape - Younis
News - Providence and presence of mind
News - Umpire Ahsan Raza still in critical condition, but improving
News - What I'm feeling most is disbelief - Bayliss
News - Australia look for neutral series in England
News - Cricketers will be more alert now
Saad Shafqat - This is a fire that threatens everyone
Reactions - 'Cricket won't be played in Pakistan in the foreseeable future'
Kumar Sangakkara - 'I felt a bullet fizz past my ear'
News - Our terror background helped - Jayawardene
News - Security 'left us to be sitting ducks' claims Broad
News - Murali questions security lapse
News - Lahore casts IPL shadow in New Zealand
News - Can't force teams to play here unless security improves - Butt
News - Hunt on for attackers
News - Kill cricket, create terrorists, warns Younis
Mukul Kesavan - Lessons from Lahore
News - Samaraweera undergoes surgery
News - Butt accuses Broad of lies over lax security
News - Pakistan identifies terror suspects
News - Pakistan board lodges formal complaint against Broad
News - Less security for Pakistan Tests compared to ODIs - Bayliss
Peter Roebuck - What now for cricket?
News - I thought my career was over - Samaraweera
News - Subcontinent countries must unite to fight terror - Intikhab
News - Younis calls for solidarity from Asian bloc
News - 'We have all had to grow up'
News - We have "moved on" after Lahore - Sangakkara
News - India-Pakistan warm-up to raise funds for Lahore victims
Interview - Courage, desire and gritted teeth
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