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Weekend Reading: Lights Out in Libya, Jordan’s Brothers, and Alaa’s Tax Shelters

A member of the media works on a staircase at the Rixos hotel during a power cut in Tripoli (Paul Hackett/Reuters).

Reading selections for the weekend of April 8, 2016.

April 8, 2016

A member of the media works on a staircase at the Rixos hotel during a power cut in Tripoli (Paul Hackett/Reuters).
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Naziha Arebi illuminates the daily life of Libyans in the shadows of electricity cuts through a series of photographs and conversations.

Osama Al Sharif ponders whether tensions between Jordan’s Muslim Brotherhood and the government will lead to an outright ban on the group.

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Hossam Bahgat looks at how Alaa Mubarak, the elder son of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak implicated in the Panama Papers, sheltered money in tax havens.

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Jordan

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