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Pakistan duo quizzed over Woolmer
Bob Woolmer
The cause of Woolmer's death is not yet known
Pakistan's cricket captain and the assistant coach have been interviewed by police investigating the murder of Bob Woolmer for a second time.

Jamaican police had asked to talk to Inzamam-ul-Haq and Mushtaq Ahmed although a team source said the pair were simply completing formalities.

Inzamam said he had been asked one specific question. He would not reveal either the question or his answer.

The Pakistan team are now due to fly home from Montego Bay at 2340GMT.

Woolmer, a former England player, was found unconscious in his room last Sunday.

Detectives in Jamaica believe he probably knew his killer - or killers - as there were no signs of forced entry into his room and none of his belongings had been stolen.

Pakistan's players had already given police DNA samples and fingerprints as part of the probe into Mr Woolmer's murder.

Inzamam said that he had spoken to police again but would not reveal specific details.

"Someone asked me a question and I gave him an answer," said the Pakistan captain. "I will not tell you the question but it is nothing serious.

"It is not a special thing."






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