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Bob Woolmer death

Woolmer pathologist should testify despite suffering stroke

A PATHOLOGIST who concluded Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer was strangled in his hotel room at the Cricket World Cup is still expected to testify at the inquest despite a mild stroke.

Hotel maid describes entering Woolmer's blood-soaked room

A JAMAICAN hotel maid described finding Bob Woolmer's body in a dishevelled, blood-spattered room as an inquest began yesterday into what caused the death of the Pakistan cricket coach during the World Cup earlier this year.

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Carnival fails to take off as tragedy overshadows cricketing showpiece

FINALLY, the Cricket World Cup is over. If that sounds harsh then consider the first match of the tournament was played on March 13. Can you remember between which two countries? No, probably not, but for the record it was West Indies and Pakistan.

Possible breakthrough in Woolmer murder inquiry

AN INQUEST into the death of the Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer has been postponed due to "significant developments" in the murder inquiry.

Woolmer death still keeps World Cup in its shadows

ON MARCH 17 there were two momentous events at this Cricket World Cup, the so called Carnival of Cricket. The first was lowly Ireland, a minor nation, defeating Pakistan, former champions and a powerhouse of one-day international cricket - the second was some hours after when Bob Woolmer was murdered.

Death should have halted World Cup, says Inzamam

FORMER Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq claims the World Cup would have been halted had it been staged anywhere other than the West Indies, following the murder of coach Bob Woolmer.

Pakistan team go home as police say Woolmer inquiry may take years

THE final members of the Pakistan team left their London hotel last night to head back to their homeland as mystery continued to surround the murder of their coach Bob Woolmer.

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