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But MirrorSport revealed yesterday that tournament organisers had decided on a change of venue - across Belfast to The Oval.
Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhum confirmed that the movement had rejected a Fatah request for a change of venue.
They're using the numbers to argue for a change of venue in the state's money laundering case against DeLay.
Organizers rejected a change of venue suggested by police.
Bulgaria face Montenegro in a crucial World Cup qualifier on Saturday and the pitch has been so badly damaged, according to officials, that a change of venue has been mooted.
For starters, the plaintiffs lawyers argued in court papers, a change of venue has the potential to undo, or force a big-time ÒrestructuringÓ of, everything the court system here has accomplished over the past 15 months in coordinating the massive litigation.
The change of venue was denied," said Jeffrey Denner, attorney for the defendant in the bizarre case, after a pre-trial hearing.
7 Kyodo Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva on Wednesday announced another change of venue for next month's summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, saying it would be held in the popular beach resort of Hua Hin in the hope of avoiding antigovernment protests that earlier led to its postponement.