Security

Security concerns

Anti-terror plans essential

In the Herald on Sunday , Martin Snedden says he had to deal with serious terrorism incidents or threats at least five or six times during his time as time as chief executive of New Zealand Cricket

Security concerns

Terrorising cricket

In taking the World Cup away from Pakistan, the ICC suggests that terrorism is limited to Pakistan, which is untrue because incidents show that risks are prevalent to varying degrees in India, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh

Security concerns

A message that no longer rings true

A chilling phone conversation with an Irish terrorist four decades ago convinced Ted Corbett that sportsmen will never be the target of terror attacks because the people the terrorists want to impress love their sports stars

Security concerns

Safety harnesses

Security concerns

Speed sees slow recovery for Pakistan

Malcolm Speed, the former ICC chief executive, says security can never be guaranteed and the attacks in Lahore were a cricket administrator's worst nightmare

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Why didn't anyone notice the gunmen?

The editors of Pakistan's Jang raise questions regarding the attack on the Sri Lankan team in Lahore, those that the government may be forced to answer over the next few days

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Cricket is a soft target for terrorists

Cricket makes for a gruesomely eye-catching target for terrorists because it is high profile and, in their eyes, dangerously decadent, writes Ed Smith in the Times .

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Threat bare

It is probably the last time in a long, long while that an international team is going to drive into the Gaddafi Stadium