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Critics say Qatar will be too hot to host the 2022 World Cup but it is determined to prove the grass is no greener elsewhere.Qatar's World Cup will be held in November when temperatures still reach the mid-20 degrees Celsius (75 Fahrenheit) but the grass will run their stress tests through the Gulf summer.This is when temperatures typically range from 40 to 50 degrees Celsius (104 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit) and the turf will absorb an Olympics swimming pool worth of desalinated water every 10 days.The tiny Gulf Arab nation's bid has grappled with corruption allegations and concerns about abuse of laborers taking part in the $200 billion drive to lay down roads linking glittering new hotels to hulking stadiums.
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