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Qatar unveils first World Cup 'reusable' stadium

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Computer-generated images of the 40,000-seater Ras Abu Aboud Stadium.

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Computer-generated images of the 40,000-seater Ras Abu Aboud Stadium.

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QATAR has unveiled the design for what it claims is the World Cup's first "reusable" stadium, the seventh of eight expected venues that will stage games during the quadrennial football tournament in 2022.

Ras Abu Aboud is a 40,000-seater stadium that will be built on Doha's

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