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Saudi FA replaces former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg

Saudi FA replaces former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg

Former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg has not been sacked by the Saudi Football Federation and remains director of refereeing in the country, according to media reports.

In a tweet, the Saudi Football Federation confirmed that Clattenburg, who was widely considered the best referee in England when he moved to Saudi Arabia in early 2017,

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Pakistan record thrilling last-over T20 win against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi

Pakistan record thrilling last-over T20 win against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi

Left-arm pace bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi defended 17 runs in the last over as Pakistan defeated New Zealand by two runs in a thrilling finish to the first Twenty20 international in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.

New Zealand needed six off the last delivery to tie the match but experienced batsman Ross Taylor managed just a boundary as New Zealand - set

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Aon names 'Best Employers in the Middle East'

Aon names 'Best Employers in the Middle East'

Global professional services firm Aon named Jumeirah, DHL Express, McDonalds, Novartis Pharma and Union Coop among the winners of its Best Employers Middle East study for 2018.

The winners – which also include InterContinentail Hotel Group, Marriott International, Sodexo Benefits&Rewards Services and Turkish Airlines – were found to excel in a

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Britain's budget changes 'unlikely' to woo Gulf investors

Britain's budget changes 'unlikely' to woo Gulf investors

The UK’s newly raised ‘Annual Investment Allowance’ (AIA) is unlikely to stimulate more foreign investment within the country, according to experts.

Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond unveiled a string of bold directives on Monday with the aim of kickstarting the nation’s economy, including raising the country’s AIA tax relief fro

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Lion Air Boeing jet had airspeed snag on prior flight

Lion Air Boeing jet had airspeed snag on prior flight

The Lion Air jet that crashed into the Java Sea off Indonesia earlier this week had experienced problems with the sensors used to calculate altitude and speed on its previous flight, an issue that could help explain why the plane dove into the water.

Pilots on the nearly new Boeing 737 Max 8 reported the issue after flying from Denpasar to Jakarta

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