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Carl Froch's super-middleweight world title clash with fellow Englishman George Groves will take place in Manchester on 23 November.

Finance head departs Flybe as new boss makes his mark

Flybe’s long-standing finance director has resigned, just three working days after the struggling airline’s new chief executive started his job.

Many investors withdrew from Dubai after its building boom went bust

The money dried up, but at least Dubai’s celebrity investors are not left out of pocket

David Beckham is among those set to receive money back from failed building projects

Grant Cameron, Suneet Jeerh and Karl Williams were arrested during a holiday in Dubai last year

Three ‘tortured ‘ British men freed from Dubai jail by Sheikh’s festive pardon list

One man back in England while others await deportation after three months of four-year sentences

Grant Cameron, Suneet Jeerh and Karl Williams were arrested during a holiday in Dubai

Three British men lose appeal against four-year sentences on drug charges in Dubai

The 20-year-olds claim they were beaten and forced to sign false confessions by police

Skyscrapers could double in size

UltraRope: 'Revolutionary breakthrough' in skyscraper lifts means they could double in size

Innovation could transform the skylines of the world’s major cities

Chris Tremlett is back with Surrey, and bowls Michael Clarke in Perth in 2010

The Ashes: Chris Tremlett's waiting game for England

If England's attack stutters in the Ashes, the Surrey quick tells Richard Edwards he is fit and ready to step in

Get me out of here - rural Portugal, Mauritius, Egypt

Now... Depart this month for a break in rural Portugal. Sunvil has four nights' B&B at two Pousadas (historic hotels) split between Estremoz and Alcacer do Sal, with TAP flights from Heathrow to Lisbon, car hire and one dinner for £542 per person. Sunvil.co.uk

Horse trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni arrives to face a British Horseracing Authority disciplinary panel

Mahmood Al Zarooni withdraws appeal against eight-year training ban

Al Zarooni was found guilty of administering anabolic steroids to 15 horses

Arsenal stars Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Kieran Gibbs and Carl Jenkinson land Emirates 'plane'

Arsenal players Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Kieran Gibbs and Carl Jenkinson stepped into the cockpit of an Emirates’ A380 for the landing of their lives.

Middlesex host Kent in May 2009, the first match to be played at Lord's under floodlights

England and Wales to host the 2019 Cricket World Cup

The England and Wales Cricket Board can begin the process of allocating matches for the 2019 World Cup after finalising the hosting agreement with the International Cricket Council.

Paul McGinley deals himself an extra wild card for Gleneagles

European captain will have a larger say on his team after increasing picks from two to three

The hospital where a 65-year-old man who came back to France from a trip to Dubai was diagnosed with the deadly novel coronavirus and is in intensive care in the northern city of Douai

Nurse treated as France reveals three suspected cases of Sars-related virus

French health officials said today they are investigating three suspected cases of a deadly new respiratory virus related to SARS, while a man confirmed to have the virus remains hospitalised.

Dubai's skyline, with the Laguna Tower in the centre of the image

British fitness instructor killed in Dubai tower plunge

Circumstances surrounding Elwood McIlwraith still remain unclear

WHO team studies Sars-like outbreak in Saudi Arabia

World Health Organisation experts will visit a Saudi hospital where the Sars-like coronavirus has spread, killing seven people.

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