Cricket World Cup Security

Published: Wednesday, 01/31/2007 12:00 am EST

Canada's envoy to Guyana, Charles Court, last week said Canada will provide explosives detectors for Caribbean customs authorities in six countries during the ICC Cricket World Cup, and will pay to teach the agents how to use them, reports the Associated Press. France, Britain, the U.S. and Interpol will also help with security. The cricket tourney runs March 18-April 28.

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