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Nov 13 (Reuters) - Rising Middle East tensions and a corruption crackdown in Saudi Arabia are casting a shadow over this week's Dubai Airshow, as military and aerospace leaders try to gauge whether they might prolong a weapons-buying spree in the region.

TOP STORIES

> Dubai pressures Airbus as A380 order hopes fizzle

> Boeing takes lead in Dubai with Emirates order

> Flydubai seeks bids for potential 175-jet order

> UAE agrees Lockheed deal to upgrade F-16 fighters 1/8nL8N1NI0C5 3/4

> Boeing studying business case for mid-sized jet

> Middle East tensions loom over Dubai pageant DEFENCE

> Italy sees other Europeans joining fighter plan

> Pentagon wants to speed up foreign arms sales ORDERS

> Kuwait's Alafco finalises order for 20 737 MAXs

> Air Arabia leases six Airbus A321neos

> Azerbaijan Airlines orders five Dreamliners

STRATEGY

> Emirates partners with Mercedes, Jeremy Clarkson

> Russia, UAE in early talks to build civil plane

> Bombardier in talks to reshuffle Delta deliveries

> UAE, Solvay to produce carbon fibres for 777X

(Compiled by Mark Potter)