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Egypt authorities detain last Mubarak PM Shafiq

CAIRO--Egyptian authorities ordered the arrest of ousted strongman Hosni Mubarak's last Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq on Tuesday on suspicion of corruption, judicial sources said.

Shafiq, who has been living abroad in the United Arab Emirates since narrowly losing the first post-Mubarak elections to Islamist incumbent Mohamed Morsi in June, has been barred from travel using his Egyptian passport since last month.

He faces corruption charges in a case connected to that of Mubarak's long untouchable sons Alaa and Gamal.

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