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September 2: The three players vowed to clear their names, Pakistan High Commissioner Wajid Shamsul Hasan told reporters, but added that they were pulling out of the tour because of the "mental torture" of the scandal.
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September 2: ICC charged ****, Amir and Asif with various offences under its anti-corruption code. All three provisionally suspended.

Read: ICC suspends 3 Pak players
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September 3: Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Amir arrives for questioning at a police station in London.
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September 3: ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat (L), and ICC Anti Corruption and Security Unit chairman, Ronnie Flanagan host a press conference at Lord's Cricket Ground in London.

The ICC made it clear that the action taken against the three Pakistani players was not a conspiracy against Pakistan, as accused by the Pakistani High Commissioner.

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September 4:
Pakistan's Salman **** leaves a police station in London after being released without charge in the match-fixing row.

Pacers Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir were also questioned and later released without any charges. The British tabloid that broke the story though have said that will come out with more revelations on Sunday.
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