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April 4, 2013
On Wednesday, March 27, New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder was assaulted twice outside a Christchurch bar. He was rushed to hospital and the police have launched an investigation into the incident
News - Ryder accused appear in court
News - Ryder discharged from hospital, returns to Wellington
News - Ryder out of ICU, feeling 'heaps better'
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