Heavy security ushers England to first training session in Bangladesh
England were flanked by a heavy security presence with armed guards lining the streets as they visited the Shere Bangla National Stadium for the first practice session of the Bangladesh tour.
The England and Wales Cricket Board's security advisor Reg Dickason was reassured over safety concerns following a terrorist attack in Dhaka three months ago that resulted in the deaths of 29 people.
The squad arrived into the Bangladesh capital on Friday night and were safeguarded to their hotel, which is heavily fortified both inside and outside the complex.
And the sheer scale of the protection... read more
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