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Friday January 3, 2014 MYT 12:47:02 AM
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KARACHI (Reuters) - Pakistan are still to commit to the Twenty20 World Cup in Bangladesh in March and will consult their government about sending a team due to the continuing political unrest in the host nation.
A Pakistan Cricket Board official told Reuters on Thursday that his organisation was concerned about the situation because many of the protests in Bangladesh were being aimed at his country.
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