Report: Mubarak's wife investigated for profiteering

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April 13, 2011 18:07

 
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Suzanne Thabet, the wife of former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, was questioned by Egyptian authorities on Wednesday on suspicions of profiteering, Al Ahram's online news site reported.

According to the report, Thabet is accused of profiteering in connection to secret accounts linked to the Alexandria Library and transferring money from a yearly reading festival.

Thabet was also questioned about alleged gold funds that were supposed to be delivered by Egypt's former minister of information.

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