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PAKISTAN/
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October 03, 2012
Laborer Mohammad Rafique, 60, sits on a wooden plank while working on a minerate of a mosque early morning...
Karachi, Pakistan
Laborer Rafique sits on a wooden panel while working on a minerate of a mosque in Karachi
Laborer Mohammad Rafique, 60, sits on a wooden plank while working on a minerate of a mosque early morning in Karachi October 3, 2012. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT RELIGION)
MYANMAR-VIOLENCE/
RTR33UZL
June 19, 2012
A member of the Bangladesh Coast Guard serves food to Mohammad Rafique and Amena Akter, both Rohingyas...
Teknaf, Bangladesh
A member of the Bangladesh Coast Guard serves food to Mohammad Rafique and Amena Akter, both Rohingyas...
A member of the Bangladesh Coast Guard serves food to Mohammad Rafique and Amena Akter, both Rohingyas from Myanmar, in Teknaf June 19, 2012. Bangladesh coast guards arrested Mohammad Rafique and his wife Amena Akhter with their two sons from Saint Martin's island, as they tried to get into Bangladesh via boat. Akter gave birth to her second son after being arrested on June 13. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MYANMAR-VIOLENCE/
RTR33UZ9
June 19, 2012
Mohammad Rafique, a Rohingya from Myanmar cries as an officer from the Bangladesh Coast Guard comforts...
Teknaf, Bangladesh
Mohammad Rafique, a Rohingya from Myanmar cries as an officer from the Bangladesh Coast Guard comforts...
Mohammad Rafique, a Rohingya from Myanmar cries as an officer from the Bangladesh Coast Guard comforts him in Teknaf June 19, 2012. Bangladesh coast guard arrested Mohammad Rafique and his wife Amena Akhter with their two sons from Saint Martin's island, as they tried to get into Bangladesh via boat. Akter gave birth to her second son after being arrested on June 13. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CRICKET-SAFRICA/
RTR1XF45
February 22, 2008
Bangladesh captain Mohammad Ashraful hugs bowler Mohammad Rafique (L) after the dismissal of South Africa's...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Bangladesh captain Ashraful hugs bowler Rafique after the dismissal of South Africa's Amla in Dhaka
Bangladesh captain Mohammad Ashraful hugs bowler Mohammad Rafique (L) after the dismissal of South Africa's Hashim Amla (not in picture) during the first day of the first test cricket match in Dhaka February 22, 2008. REUTERS/Ashikur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
SPORT-CRICKET/
RTR1R8AS
June 28, 2007
Sri Lanka?s Lasith Malinga celebrates the dismissal of Bangladesh?s Mohammad Rafique during the fourth...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka?s Malinga celebrates dismissal of Bangladesh?s Rafique during fourth day of first test cricket...
Sri Lanka?s Lasith Malinga celebrates the dismissal of Bangladesh?s Mohammad Rafique during the fourth day of the first test cricket match against Sri Lanka in Colombo June 28, 2007. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi (SRI LANKA)
SPORT-CRICKET/
RTR1R8AR
June 28, 2007
Sri Lanka?s Lasith Malinga celebrates the dismissal of Bangladesh?s Mohammad Rafique during the fourth...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka?s Malinga celebrates dismissal of Bangladesh?s Rafique during fourth day of first test cricket...
Sri Lanka?s Lasith Malinga celebrates the dismissal of Bangladesh?s Mohammad Rafique during the fourth day of the first test cricket match against Sri Lanka in Colombo June 28, 2007. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi (SRI LANKA)
CRICKET-BANGLADESH/
RTR1R47W
June 25, 2007
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique (L) avoids a bouncer as Sri Lanka?s Tillakaratne Dilshan watches in the...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique avoids a bouncer as Sri Lanka?s Tillakaratne Dilshan watches in the first...
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique (L) avoids a bouncer as Sri Lanka?s Tillakaratne Dilshan watches in the first day of the first test cricket match between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in Colombo June 25, 2007. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi (SRI LANKA)
CRICKET-WORLD/ZEALAND
RTR1O8EC
April 02, 2007
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique (R) bowls past New Zealand's Hamish Marshall during their World Cup cricket...
St. Johns, Antigua and Barbuda
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique bowls past New Zealand's Marshall during their World Cup cricket Super...
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique (R) bowls past New Zealand's Hamish Marshall during their World Cup cricket Super Eights match in St. Johns on Antigua April 2, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA)
CRICKET-WORLD/ZEALAND
RTR1O855
April 02, 2007
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique plays a shot as New Zealand's Brendon McCullum (L) watches during their...
St. John's, Antigua and Barbuda
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique plays a shot as New Zealand's Brendon McCullum watches during their World...
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique plays a shot as New Zealand's Brendon McCullum (L) watches during their World Cup cricket Super Eights match in St. John's April 2, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Simon Baker (ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA)
CRICKET-WORLD/BANGLADESH
RTR1O6VM
April 01, 2007
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique bowls in the nets during a World Cup cricket training session in St. Johns...
St. Johns, Antigua and Barbuda
Bangladesh's Rafique bowls in the nets during a World Cup cricket training session in St. Johns
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique bowls in the nets during a World Cup cricket training session in St. Johns April 1, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA)
CRICKET-WORLD/LANKA
RTR1NQXW
March 21, 2007
Sri Lankan players celebrate the dismissal of Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique during their World Cup cricket...
Port Of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Sri Lankan players celebrate the dismissal of Bangladesh's Rafique during their World Cup cricket match...
Sri Lankan players celebrate the dismissal of Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique during their World Cup cricket match in Port of Spain March 21, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO)
CRICKET-WORLD/LANKA
RTR1NQHM
March 21, 2007
Umpire Daryl Harper (R) watches Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique lie on the ground as Sri Lanka's captain...
Port Of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Umpire Daryl Harper watches Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique lie on the ground as Sri Lanka's captain Mahela...
Umpire Daryl Harper (R) watches Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique lie on the ground as Sri Lanka's captain Mahela Jayawardene runs between the wickets during their World Cup cricket match in Port of Spain March 21, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO)
CRICKET-WORLD/BANGLADESH
RTR1NOXW
March 20, 2007
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique stretches during a World Cup cricket training session in Port of Spain...
Port Of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique stretches during a World Cup cricket training session in Port of Spain
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique stretches during a World Cup cricket training session in Port of Spain March 20, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO)
CRICKET-WORLD/INDIA
RTR1NKV5
March 17, 2007
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique (L) and wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim celebrate the dismissal of India's...
Port Of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Bangladesh's Rafique and Rahim celebrate the dismissal of India's Dhoni during their World Cup cricket...
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique (L) and wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim celebrate the dismissal of India's Mahendra Dhoni during their World Cup cricket match in Port of Spain March 17, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO)
CRICKET-WORLD/INDIA
RTR1NKQA
March 17, 2007
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique (R) appeals successfully for the wicket of India's captain Rahul Dravid...
Port Of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique appeals successfully for the wicket of India's captain Rahul Dravid during...
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique (R) appeals successfully for the wicket of India's captain Rahul Dravid during their World Cup cricket match in Port of Spain March 17, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO)
CRICKET-WORLD/BANGLADESH
RTR1NJK2
March 16, 2007
Bangladesh's (R-L) Mohammad Rafique, Mohammad Ashraful and Saqibul Hasan play a game during a World Cup...
Port Of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Bangladesh's Rafique, Ashraful and Hasan play a game during a World Cup cricket training session in Port...
Bangladesh's (R-L) Mohammad Rafique, Mohammad Ashraful and Saqibul Hasan play a game during a World Cup cricket training session in Port of Spain March 16, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO)
CRICKET-WORLD/BANGLADESH
RTR1NJJN
March 16, 2007
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique and Mohammad Ashraful (R) run during a World Cup cricket training session...
Port Of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Bangladesh's Rafique and Ashraful run during a World Cup cricket training session in Port of Spain
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique and Mohammad Ashraful (R) run during a World Cup cricket training session in Port of Spain March 16, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO)
SPORT CRICKET LANKA
RTR172J9
March 11, 2006
Sri Lanka bowler M Muralitharan (C) talks with Bangladeshi players Mohammad Rafique (R) and Habibul Bashar...
Bogra, Bangladesh
Sri Lanka bowler Muralitharan talks with Bangladeshi players Rafique and Bashar during practice session...
Sri Lanka bowler M Muralitharan (C) talks with Bangladeshi players Mohammad Rafique (R) and Habibul Bashar during practice session at the Bogra stadium in Bangladesh March 11, 2006. Rain delayed the start of play on the fourth day of the second and final test between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka on Saturday. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman
SPORT CRICKET BANGLADESH
RTR10ZBD
September 20, 2005
Bangladesh's cricket team players celebrate the dismissal of Sri Lankan batsman Jayawardene during test...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Bangladesh's cricket team players celebrate the dismissal of Sri Lankan batsman Jayawardene ...
Bangladesh's cricket team players celebrate the dismissal of Sri Lankan batsman Jayawardene during test cricket match in Colombo. (L-R) Bangladesh's Shariar Nafees, Khaled Mashud, Mohammad Ashraful, bowler Shahadat Hossain and Mohammed Rafique celebrate the dismissal of Sri Lankan batsman Mahela Jayawardene during the second test cricket match between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh at P. Sara International cricket stadium in Colombo, Sri Lanka, September 20, 2005. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
SPORTS CRICKET BANGLADESH
RTRZVNC
September 02, 2005
Sri Lankan bowler Tillakaratne Dilshan celebrates with team mates dismissal of Bangladeshi batsman Mohammed...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan bowler Tillakaratne Dilshan celebrates with team mates dismissal of Bangladeshi ...
Sri Lankan bowler Tillakaratne Dilshan celebrates with team mates dismissal of Bangladeshi batsman Mohammed Rafique in Colombo. Sri Lankan bowler Tillakaratne Dilshan (C), wicketkeeper Kumar Sangakkara (R) and skipper Marvan Atapattu celebrate dismissal of Bangladeshi batsman Mohammad Rafique (unseen) during their second one-day international cricket match at R.Premadasa International cricket stadium in Colombo September 2, 2005. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
SPORT CRICKET TRIANGULAR
RTRWI7Q
June 18, 2005
Bangladesh's batsman Mohammad Rafique is greeted and lifted into the air by fans as they celebrate beating...
Cardiff, UK
Bangladesh's batsman Mohammad Rafique is greeted and lifted into the air by fans as they celebrate ......
Bangladesh's batsman Mohammad Rafique is greeted and lifted into the air by fans as they celebrate beating Australia in their triangular one-day international in Cardiff. Bangladesh's batsman Mohammad Rafique is greeted and lifted into the air by fans as they celebrate beating Australia at the end of their triangular series one-day international at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff June 18, 2005. Bangladesh produced arguably the biggest one-day international shock in history on Saturday as they beat Australia's world champions by five wickets in their triangular series match. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
SPORT CRICKET TRIANGULAR
RTRWI3T
June 18, 2005
Bangladesh's Rafique celebrates as Australia's Hussey and Gilcrest watch at the end of their triangular...
Cardiff, UK
Bangladesh's Rafique celebrates as Australia's Hussey and Gilcrest watch at the end of their triangular...
Bangladesh's Rafique celebrates as Australia's Hussey and Gilcrest watch at the end of their triangular one-day international in Cardiff. Bangladesh's batsman Mohammad Rafique (L) celebrates as Australia's Mike Hussey and wicket keeper Adam Gilcrest (R) watch at the end of their triangular series one-day international at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff June 18, 2005. Bangladesh produced arguably the biggest one-day international shock in history on Saturday as they beat Australia's world champions by five wickets in their triangular series match. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
SPORT CRICKET TRIANGULAR
RTRWEDL
June 16, 2005
Bangladesh's batsman Mohammad Rafique pulls a shot during the opening match of the triangular one day...
London, UK
Bangladesh's batsman Mohammad Rafique pulls a shot during the opening match of the triangular one day...
Bangladesh's batsman Mohammad Rafique pulls a shot during the opening match of the triangular one day series in London. Bangladesh's batsman Mohammad Rafique pulls a shot during the opening match of the triangular one day series at the Oval in London June 16, 2005. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
CRICKET BANGLADESH ZIMBABWE
RTR10PDG
January 14, 2005
Zimbabwean skipper Tatenda Taibu plays a shot off a delivery of Bangladesh spinner Mohammad Rafique (not...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
ZIMBABWE SKIPPER TAIBU HITS A BOUNDARY IN SECOND TEST AGAINST BANGLADESH.
Zimbabwean skipper Tatenda Taibu plays a shot off a delivery of Bangladesh spinner Mohammad Rafique (not in the picture) during the second and final test, in Dhaka on January 14, 2005. Taibu was on 49 not out at the close of play when Zimbabwe reached 244 for six. REUTERS/Mohammad Shahidullah NA
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
RTR10BEO
December 27, 2004
Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique walks out of the field as India players celebrate during the third...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique walks out of the field as India players celebrate during the ...
Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique walks out of the field as India players celebrate during the third ODI in Dhaka. Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique (M) walks out of the field after he was dismissed as India players celebrate during the third ODI in Dhaka, December 27, 2004. India scored 348 for 5. REUTERS/ Rafiqur Rahman
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
RTR10BCD
December 27, 2004
Bangladeshi players congratulate Masrafe Mortaza for taking a catch to dismiss Indian vice captain Rahul...
Dhaka, Bahrain
Bangladeshi players congratulate Masrafe Mortaza for taking a catch to dismiss Indian vice captain ......
Bangladeshi players congratulate Masrafe Mortaza for taking a catch to dismiss Indian vice captain Rahul Dravid in Dhaka. Bangladeshi players Mohammad Rafique (L) and Rajin Saleh (R) congratulate Masrafe Mortaza for taking a catch to dismiss Indian vice captain Rahul Dravid (not in the picture) during the third ODI in Dhaka December 27,2004. REUTERS/ Rafiqur Rahman
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
RTR10AJQ
December 26, 2004
Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique walks out of the field after his dismissal while Indian players celebrate...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique walks out of the field after his dismissal while Indian ...
Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique walks out of the field after his dismissal while Indian players celebrate in Dhaka. Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique (C) walks out of the field after his dismissal while Indian players celebrate during the second ODI in Dhaka December 26, 2004. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman
SPORT CRICKET ZEALAND
RTRYP96
October 28, 2004
New Zealand wicket keeper Brendon McCullum tries to stump Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique in Chittagong....
Chittagong, Bahrain
New Zealand wicket keeper Brendon McCullum tries to stump Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique in ...
New Zealand wicket keeper Brendon McCullum tries to stump Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique in Chittagong. New Zealand wicket keeper Brendon McCullum tries to stump Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique (R) during the third day of the second test in Chittagong on October 28, 2004. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman
SPORT CRICKET ZEALAND
RTRYP8G
October 28, 2004
New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming and wicket keeper Brendon McCullum appeal for lbw decision in Chittagong....
Chittagong, Bangladesh
New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming and wicket keeper Brendon McCullum appeal for lbw decision ...
New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming and wicket keeper Brendon McCullum appeal for lbw decision in Chittagong. New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming (R) and wicket keeper Brendon McCullum (L) appeal for lbw decision against Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique during the third day of the second test in Chittagong on October 28, 2004. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman
SPORT CRICKET ZEALAND
RTRYP4N
October 28, 2004
Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique hits a boundary as New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming and wicket...
Chittagong, Bangladesh
Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique hits a boundary as New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming and ...
Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique hits a boundary as New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming and wicket keeper Brendon McCullum look on in Chittagong. Bangladesh batsman Mohammad Rafique hits a boundary as New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming (R) and wicket keeper Brendon McCullum look on during the thitd day of the second test in Chittagong on October 28, 2004. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman
SPORT CRICKET ZEALAND
RTR15BTT
October 21, 2004
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique bowls during the third day of the first test against New Zealand in Dhaka....
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique bowls during the third day of the first test against New Zealand ...
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique bowls during the third day of the first test against New Zealand in Dhaka. Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique bowls during the third day of the first test against New Zealand at Bangabandhu stadium in Dhaka on October 21, 2004. Rafique took six wickets as New Zealand scored 402 all out in their first innings in reply to Bangladesh's total of 177. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman
SPORT CRICKET ZEALAND
RTRYJUT
October 21, 2004
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique apeals for an lbw decision against New Zealand batsman Ian Butler in Dhaka....
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique apeals for an lbw decision against New Zealand batsman Ian Butler ...
Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique apeals for an lbw decision against New Zealand batsman Ian Butler in Dhaka. Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique apeals for an lbw decision against New Zealand batsman Ian Butler during the third day of the first test at Bangabandhu stadium in Dhaka on October 21, 2004. Rafique took six wickets as New Zealand scored 402 all out in their first innings in reply to Bangladesh's total of 177. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman
SPORT CRICKET ZEALAND
RTRYIQ7
October 20, 2004
Bangladesh bowler Mohammad Rafique jumps over his mates after dismissing Mathew Sinclair of New Zealand...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Bangladesh bowler Mohammad Rafique jumps over his mates at Bangabandhu stadium in Dhaka.
Bangladesh bowler Mohammad Rafique jumps over his mates after dismissing Mathew Sinclair of New Zealand during the second day of the first test match against New Zealand at Bangabandhu stadium in Dhaka on October 20,2004. Bangladesh scored 177 all out in the innings. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman. RR/LA
SPORT CRICKET
RTRTZL5
July 23, 2004
Bangladesh bowler Mohammad Rafique (R) holds Sri Lankan batsman Sanath Jayasuriya during the second round...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Bangladesh bowler Rafique holds Sri Lankan batsman Jayasuriya during the Asia Cup in Colombo.
Bangladesh bowler Mohammad Rafique (R) holds Sri Lankan batsman Sanath Jayasuriya during the second round cricket match of Asia Cup 2004 between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in Colombo Sri Lanka on July 23, 2004. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi AL/DBP
SPORT CRICKET
RTRVF2K
May 27, 2004
Bangladesh's Rafique is congratulated by team mates on the second day of the first test against England...
London, UK
Bangladesh's Rafique is congratulated by team mates on the second day of the first test against England...
Bangladesh's Rafique is congratulated by team mates on the second day of the first test against England at Lord's in London. Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique (R) is congratulated by team mates after bowling England's Marcus Trescothick for 194 runs on the second day of the first test at Lord's in London, May 27, 2004. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
SPORT CRICKET
RTRVF27
May 27, 2004
England's Ian Bell (L) hits a single off Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique (unseen) as wicketkeeper Khaled...
London, UK
England's Bell hits a single off Bangladesh's Rafique on the second day of the first test at Lord's in...
England's Ian Bell (L) hits a single off Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique (unseen) as wicketkeeper Khaled Mashud (R) watches play on the second day of the first test at Lord's in London, May 27, 2004. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez DJM/RD
SPORT CRICKET
RTRVF0G
May 27, 2004
England's Trescothick acknowledges the crowd on second day of first test against Bangladesh at Lord's...
London, UK
England's Trescothick acknowledges the crowd on second day of first test against Bangladesh at Lord's...
England's Trescothick acknowledges the crowd on second day of first test against Bangladesh at Lord's cricket ground in London. England's Marcus Trescothick acknowledges the crowd as he leaves the field after being bowled out by Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique for 194 runs on the second day of the first test at Lord's in London, May 27, 2004. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
SPORT CRICKET
RTRT4JQ
February 20, 2004
Bangladesh bowler Mohammad Rafique (C Back) celebrates his dismissal LBW of Zimbabwe batsman Tatenda...
Bangladesh
BANGLADESH BOWLER MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE CELEBRATES DISMISSAL OF ZIMBABWE BATSMAN TATENDA TAIBU.
Bangladesh bowler Mohammad Rafique (C Back) celebrates his dismissal LBW of Zimbabwe batsman Tatenda Taibu for 59 runs on the second day of the first test match at the Harare Sports Club February 20, 2004. REUTERS/Howard Burditt REUTERS HB/FMS
KASHMIR
RTRC0T8
February 06, 2004
Kashmiri Muslim women weep during the funeral of Mohammad Rafique, a rebel commander in Srinagar, February...
Srinagar, Republic of India
KASHMIRI MUSLIM WOMEN WAIL AND WEEP DURING THE FUNERAL OF A REBEL COMMANDER IN SRINAGAR.
Kashmiri Muslim women weep during the funeral of Mohammad Rafique, a rebel commander in Srinagar, February 6, 2004. Police shot dead Rafique, a senior commander of a pro-Pakistan militant group Al-Umar Mujahideen in an overnight clash in Srinagar, police said. REUTERS/Danish Ismail FK/DL
KASHMIR
RTRC0O6
February 06, 2004
Kashmiri Muslims carry the body of Mohammad Rafique, a rebel commander during his funeral in Srinagar,...
Srinagar, Republic of India
KASHMIRI MUSLIMS CARRY THE BODY OF A REBEL COMMANDER DURING HIS FUNERAL IN SRINAGAR.
Kashmiri Muslims carry the body of Mohammad Rafique, a rebel commander during his funeral in Srinagar, February 6, 2004. Police shot dead Rafique, a senior commander of a pro-Pakistan militant group Al-Umar Mujahideen in an overnight clash in Srinagar, police said. REUTERS/Danish Ismail FK/DL
KASHMIR
RTRC05L
February 06, 2004
An Indian policeman covers the body of Mohammad Rafique, a rebel leader, in Srinagar on February 6, 2004....
Srinagar, Republic of India
AN INDIAN POLICEMAN COVERS THE BODY OF A REBEL LEADER IN SRINAGAR.
An Indian policeman covers the body of Mohammad Rafique, a rebel leader, in Srinagar on February 6, 2004. Police shot dead Rafique, a senior commander of a pro-Pakistan militant group, Al-Umar Mujahideen, in an overnight clash in Srinagar. REUTERS/Danish Ismail FK/BM
RTRQ77D
October 31, 2003
England's Richard Johnson bowls to Bangladeshi batsman Mashrafe Mortaza
as Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique...
Bangladesh
ENGLAND'S RICHARD JOHNSON BOWLS TO BANGLADESHI BATSMAN MASHRAFE MORTAZA
IN CHITTAGONG.
England's Richard Johnson bowls to Bangladeshi batsman Mashrafe Mortaza
as Bangladesh's Mohammad Rafique (L) watches during the third day of
the second test match between England and Bangladesh in Chittagong on
October 31, 2003. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw

JS/TW
SPORT CRICKET ENGLAND
RTRQ5BZ
October 28, 2003
Bangladeshi cricket player Mohammad Rafique (R) performs stretching
exercises with Mushfiqur Rahman...
Chittagong, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BANGLADESHI CRICKET PLAYER MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE STRETCHES IN CHITTAGONG.
Bangladeshi cricket player Mohammad Rafique (R) performs stretching
exercises with Mushfiqur Rahman (L) and Mashrafe Mortaza (C) during a
practice session in Chittagong on October 28, 2003. The second cricket
test match between England and Bangladesh is scheduled to begin on
Wednesday. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw

JS/CP
RTRQ2XS
October 25, 2003
ENGLAND'S BOWLER STEVE HARMISON REACTS AFTER TAKING WICKET OF
BANGLADESHI BATSMAN MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE IN...
Bangladesh
ENGLAND'S BOWLER STEVE HARMISON REACTS AFTER TAKING WICKET OF
BANGLADESHI BATSMAN MOHAMMAD ...
ENGLAND'S BOWLER STEVE HARMISON REACTS AFTER TAKING WICKET OF
BANGLADESHI BATSMAN MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE IN DHAKA.
SPORT CRICKET BANGLADESH
RTROR3X
September 12, 2003
Bangladesh spinner Mohammad Rafique bowls to Pakistan batsman Abdul
Razzaq during the second one-day...
Faisalabad, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
BANGLADESH SPINNER RAFIQUE BOWLS AGAINST PAKISTAN IN FAISALABAD.
Bangladesh spinner Mohammad Rafique bowls to Pakistan batsman Abdul
Razzaq during the second one-day international on September 12, 2003 at
Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad. Rafique took two wickets for 45 runs and
Pakistan made 243 for eight off their allotted 50 overs on Friday.
REUTERS/Mohsin Raza

ZH/RCS
RTRO8ZL
August 30, 2003
PAKISTAN'S BATSMAN TAUFEEQ UMER HITS A SPINNER OFF MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE ON
THE FOURTH DAY OF THE SECOND...
Pakistan
PAKISTAN'S BATSMAN TAUFEEQ UMER HITS A SPINNER OFF MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE ON
THE FOURTH DAY OF THE ...
PAKISTAN'S BATSMAN TAUFEEQ UMER HITS A SPINNER OFF MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE ON
THE FOURTH DAY OF THE SECOND CRICKET TEST IN PESHAWAR.
RTRO6LV
August 29, 2003
BANGLADESHI PLAYERS GATHER AROUND MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE ON THE THIRD DAY OF
THE SECOND CRICKET TEST IN PESHAWAR....
Pakistan
BANGLADESHI PLAYERS GATHER AROUND MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE ON THE THIRD DAY OF
THE SECOND CRICKET TEST IN ......
BANGLADESHI PLAYERS GATHER AROUND MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE ON THE THIRD DAY OF
THE SECOND CRICKET TEST IN PESHAWAR.
RTRO6LO
August 29, 2003
Pakistani batsman Inzamamul Haq (L) about to leave the field after he
was bowled by Bangladesh spinner...
Pakistan
PAKISTANI BATSMAN INZAMAMUL HAQ ABOUT TO LEAVE THE FIELD AFTER HE WAS
BOWLED AT TEST IN PESHAWAR.
Pakistani batsman Inzamamul Haq (L) about to leave the field after he
was bowled by Bangladesh spinner Mohammad Rafique (not in the picture)
on the third day of the second cricket Test in Peshawar on August 29,
2003. At (R) is Bangladesh fielder Habibul Bashar. Inzamam scored 43 as
Pakistan were 222 for four in their first innings at lunch.
REUTERS/Mian Kursheed

MK/TW
SPORT CRICKET BANGLADESH
RTRNT35
August 22, 2003
Pakistani batsman Rashid Latif sweeps a delivery off Bangladesh spinner
Mohammad Rafique while keeper...
Karachi, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
PAKISTANI BATSMAN RASHID LATIF SWEEPS A DELIVERY OFF BANGLADESH BOWLER
MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE IN KARACHI.
Pakistani batsman Rashid Latif sweeps a delivery off Bangladesh spinner
Mohammad Rafique while keeper Khaled Mashud looks on in Karachi August
22, 2003. Pakistan faced unexpected resistance from Bangladesh but
snatched a wicket just before tea on the third day of the first test on
Friday and touring side went into the break at 77 for two.
REUTERS/Zahid Hussein

ZH
SPORT CRICKET BANGLADESH
RTRNT2Q
August 22, 2003
Bangladesh fielders (L-R) Rajjin Saleh, Khaled Mashud and Mohammad
Rafique make a successful appeal...
Karachi, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
BANGLADESH PLAYERS APPEAL AGAINST PAKISTAN IN KARACHI.
Bangladesh fielders (L-R) Rajjin Saleh, Khaled Mashud and Mohammad
Rafique make a successful appeal against Pakistan batsman Shabbir Ahmed
(extreme right) in Karachi August 22, 2003. Pakistan faced unexpected
resistance from Bangladesh but snatched a wicket just before tea on the
third day of the first test on Friday and the touring side went into
the break at 77 for two. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein

ZH/RCS
SPORT CRICKET BANGLADESH
RTRNS3A
August 21, 2003
Pakistan batsman Taufiq Umar flicks a ball off Bangladesh spinner
Mohammad Rafique in Karachi August...
Karachi, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
PAKISTAN BATSMAN TAUFIQ UMAR FLICKS A BALL OFF BANGLADESH SPINNER
MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE IN KARCHI.
Pakistan batsman Taufiq Umar flicks a ball off Bangladesh spinner
Mohammad Rafique in Karachi August 21, 2003. Pakistani batsmen Yasir
Hameed smashed an unbeaten century in his maiden test but veteran
Inzamam-ul-Haq fell for a duck on the second day of the first Test
against Bangladesh at Karachi's National Stadium on Thursday.
REUTERS/Zahid Hussein

ZH/DL
SPORT CRICKET SAFRICA
RTR13D2A
May 02, 2003
Bangladeshi bowler Mohammad Rafique (R) leaves the field with teammates
as South Africa were all out...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BANGLADESH TEAM LEAVES FIELD AS SOUTH AFRICA ALL OUT IN DHAKA.
Bangladeshi bowler Mohammad Rafique (R) leaves the field with teammates
as South Africa were all out for 330 runs on the second day of the
second test in Dhaka on May 2, 2003. Mohammad Rafiq took six wickets
giving 77 runs. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

NA/RCS
SPORT CRICKET SAFRICA
RTR13D27
May 02, 2003
South Africa's Robin Peterson (L) hits a boundary off Bangladesh bowler
Mohammad Rafique (not in picture)...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
SOUTH AFRICA'S PETERSON HITS A BOUNDARY DURING THE SECOND TEST AGAINST
BANGLADESH IN DHAKA.
South Africa's Robin Peterson (L) hits a boundary off Bangladesh bowler
Mohammad Rafique (not in picture) as wicket keeper Mohammad Salim
watches on the second day of the second test in Dhaka on May 2, 2003.
Peterson scored 61 as South Africa were all out for 330.
REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

NA/CP
SPORT CRICKET SAFRICA
RTR13CMM
May 01, 2003
Bangladesh bowler Mohammad Rafique (R) and wicket keeper Mohammad Salim
(L) appeal for LBW in vain against...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE AND MOHAMMAD SALIM OF BANGLADESH APPEAL FOR LBW AT
DHAKA CRICKET MATCH.
Bangladesh bowler Mohammad Rafique (R) and wicket keeper Mohammad Salim
(L) appeal for LBW in vain against Shaun Pollock (C) of South Africa on
the first day of the second test in Dhaka on May 1, 2003. Mohammad
Rafique took his career best four wickets for 59 runs as South Africa
reached 264 for six wickets at close of play. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

NA/FA
SPORT CRICKET SAFRICA
RTR13CME
May 01, 2003
Jacques Rudolph (C) of South Africa hits a boundary of Bangladesh
bowler Mohammad Rafique (not in picture)...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
JACQUES RUDOLPH OF SOUTH AFRICA HITS BOUNDARY AT CRICKET MATCH IN
DHAKA.
Jacques Rudolph (C) of South Africa hits a boundary of Bangladesh
bowler Mohammad Rafique (not in picture) as wicket keeper Mohammad
Salim (L) and Bangladesh skipper Khaled Mahmud (R) looks on on the
first day of the second test in Dhaka on May 1, 2003. Rudolph scored 71
as South Africa reached 264 for six wickets at close of play.
REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

NA/FA
SPORT CRICKET BANGLADESH
RTR135RB
April 17, 2003
South African batsman Neil McKenzie (R) takes a run from a ball off
Mohammad Rafique (not in picture)...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
SOUTH AFRICAN BATSMAN NEIL McKENZIE RUNS IN TRIANGULAR SERIES IN DHAKA.
South African batsman Neil McKenzie (R) takes a run from a ball off
Mohammad Rafique (not in picture) as Bangladesh wicket keeper Mohammad
Salim (L) appeals for lbw during the triangular one-day series match in
Dhaka April 17. McKenzie scored 39 not out as South Africa made 261 for
five in 50 overs. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

NA/FA
SPORT CRICKET BANGLADESH
RTR135QD
April 17, 2003
South African batsman Jacques Rudolph (M) and Neil McKenzie (R)
complete a run from a ball off Mohammad...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
SOUTH AFRICAN BATSMAN JACQUES RUDOLPH AND NEIL McKENZIE RUN IN
TRIANGULAR SERIES IN DHAKA.
South African batsman Jacques Rudolph (M) and Neil McKenzie (R)
complete a run from a ball off Mohammad Rafique (not in picture) as
Bangladesh wicket keeper Mohammad Salim (L) looks on during the
triangular one-day series match in Dhaka April 17.Rudolph scored 81 as
South Africa made 261 for five in 50 overs .REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

NA/FA
SPORT CRICKET BANGLADESH
RTR132JJ
April 11, 2003
Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly plays a ball off Khaled Mahmud (not in
picture) as Bangladesh wicket keeper...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
INDIAN CAPTAIN SOURAV GANGULY PLAYS A BALL IN DHAKA TRIANGULAR SERIES.
Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly plays a ball off Khaled Mahmud (not in
picture) as Bangladesh wicket keeper Khaled Mashud looks on in the
opening match of the triangular one-day series in Dhaka on April 11,
2003. Ganguly scored 30 runs before being caught by Mohammad Rafique
off Alok Kapali. India were all out for 276 runs in 49.3 overs.
REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

NA/CC
SPORT CRICKET WINDIES
RTR10N7Y
December 03, 2002
Bangladesh bowler Mohammad Rafique dives on the ground to field a shot
from Marlon Samuels (M) as wicket...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BANGLADESH BOWLER MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE DIVES FOR CATCH DURING ONE-DAY
INTERNATIONAL IN DHAKA.
Bangladesh bowler Mohammad Rafique dives on the ground to field a shot
from Marlon Samuels (M) as wicket keeper and skipper Khaled Mashud (L)
looks on during the third and final one-day international in Dhaka
December 3, 2002. West Indies scored 281 for five wickets in 50 overs.
REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

NA/YN
SPORT CRICKET
RTR11350
May 31, 1999
Pakistan's Waqar Younis is clean bowled by Mohammad Rafique (not pictured) as Bangladesh's keeper Khaled...
Northampton, UK
PAKISTAN'S WAQAR YOUNIS IS CLEAN BOWLED.
Pakistan's Waqar Younis is clean bowled by Mohammad Rafique (not pictured) as Bangladesh's keeper Khaled Masud watches during their Cricket World Cup match May 31. Pakistan lost after failing to catch a Bangladesh total of 223 for 9 wickets.

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