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Corruption

Alsalek Zeid
Tax evasion and hiding wealth through offshore companies is not something much talked about in Mauritania, but the Pandora Papers show it appears to be a well-established practice for many businessmen 
Hala Nasreddine
Lebanese banker and notorious big game hunter Marwan Kheireddine suggested for the banking sector to run the state. But what does he know about the crisis? Having a string of foreign and offshore companies, he bought a yacht and New York penthouse, while the Lebanese lost everything.  
Will Fitzgibbon
A batch of leaked documents obtained by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists shows that longtime ruler King Abdullah II secretly owns 14 luxury homes in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Alia Ibrahim
The Pandora Papers come to increase the suspicions surrounding not only BDL’s governer, but the political system associated with him for more than three decades, which, despite all the suspicions surrounding him, seems to adhere to his remaining in office.
Hazem Elamin – Hala Nasreddine
No less than 346 files in the Pandora Papers concerned Lebanese bankers, businessmen and politicians who for various reasons companies registered in tax havens. 
Mahmoud Elsobky
This in-depth report documents the monopoly of the Egyptian Armed Forces and the Egyptian General Intelligence on many state projects and public contracting works, at higher prices than private companies, and their profiting in ways that may be illegal.
Rami El-Amin
Toters Delivery was founded with the help of three capital venture firms, with close family ties to the ruling elite, that were handed millions thanks to the Lebanese Central Bank’s Circular 331.
ARIJ
#Backbones: no less than 52% of senior government positions were given to first degree relatives of current or former public officials, i.e sons, daughters, husbands, or wives.
Daraj
The Riad Salameh saga continues: Swiss documents request Lebanon’s cooperation to investigate alleged embezzlement and money laundering worth hundreds of millions.
Nour Sleiman
With the country in chaos, clan killings are hardy a priority for the security forces
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