IN PICS: The week in construction 27th July - 2nd August

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A general view of the Moses Mabhida Stadium, which is currently under construction ahead of the 2010 Fifa World Cup in Durban, South Africa. (Getty Images)
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Delhi Metro steams ahead: Vehicles wait at a traffic light as work continues on the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) construction site between Yamuna Depot and Anand Vihar in New Delhi, India. At this point the DMRC is constructing the highest platform with a height of 19m and two longest spans of 70m each. These spans are located between Preet Vihar and Karkardooma metro stations with the first span crossing a flyover and a ramp while the second crosses a drain. This elevated section between Anand Vihar and Yamuna Depot is of 6.17kms long and is expected to be commissioned in December 2009. (Getty Images)
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REBUILDING DESTROYED 9/11 CHURCH: Construction continues on the west edge of the former World Trade Center site in the area where St Nicholas Greek church once stood in New York. Leaders of the church, which was destroyed in the 9/11 attacks, have reached a tentative agreement with government officials on a price of US $20 million for the land where the church once stood. (Getty Images)
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The Tiger Woods signature golf course in Dubai will have the world's biggest nursery that will span an area of 800,000m². The project will see 25 containers of trees coming in each week from all over the world including Thailand, South Africa, Australia and the US until its target of 1,000 containers is reached. (Getty Images)
Sat 02 Aug 2008 04:00 AM GST