Jaguar Land Rover could build some of its cars in Saudi Arabia after signing a deal with the Kingdom to make aluminium parts.
It's another step in the company's expansion to make cars in parts of the world where there are millions of potential wealthy customers.
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Thousands of runners took part in the Great Birmingham 10K. The 6.2mile event went around the city, ending on Broad Street.
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A cloudy night, with perhaps a little patchy drizzle at times, mainly over higher ground.