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Shane Warne: Australian cricket legend died from natural causes - police

BBC Sport Monday, 7 March 2022
Thai police say there's no sign of foul play in the cricketer's death while on holiday on Koh Samui.
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An autopsy showed the death of Australian cricket great Shane Warne on an island in Thailand was due to natural causes, Thai police said on Monday (March 7). Ilan Rubens reports.

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