Weekend Reading: The Taxi Drivers of Damascus, Women’s Prisons in Egypt, and Morocco’s Meteorite Trade
Steven A. Cook
March 10, 2017
A vendor sells books at Mutanabi Street in Baghdad (Mohammed Ameen/Reuters).
Mohamed Ozon explores life in Damascus today through the lens of the city’s taxi drivers.
Ravy Shaker, in a photo essay, takes a look at life inside women’s prisons in Egypt.
Quentin Muller investigates the lucrative business of meteorite trading in Morocco.
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