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ICC defends anti-corruption unit despite review into fixing

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) has defended the work of its anti-corruption and security unit, despite announcing a review into how the sport cracks down on fixing. 

The International Cricket Council's (ICC) Anti-Corruption and Security Unit chairman, Ronnie Flanagan, speaks during a press conference at Lord's Cricket Ground in London on September 3, 2010

A report in Britain's Daily Telegraph on Tuesday said the ACSU, which does not have the powers of a law-enforcement agency, would be the first "victim" of the restructuring of the ICC following a shake-up of the global governing body led by the 'big three' nations of India, Australia and England.

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