Long Reads Of The Week – 27 September

5 great reads you may have missed from around the web

1 | In 'The Avenger', the New Yorker's Patrick Radden Keefe meets the brother of a victim of the Lockerbie bombing who believes he may have solved the case, three decades on.

2 | A.E. Hotchner, in this extract from his new book Hemingway In Love published in Smithsonian Magazine, recalls the writer telling him the story of how he lost – and forever longed for – his first wife Hadley.

3 | In this meticulously researched and often harrowing account, Foreign Policy Magazine's Tristan McConnell tells the story of the 2013 terrorist attack at Nairobi’s Westgate Mall.

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4 | Why did seven experienced hikers die in a Utah canyon last week? Los Angeles Times' William Yardley, Matt Pearce and Nigel Duara have the story of the 'descent into doom at Zion National Park'.

5 | Finally, for The Washington Post, John Woodrow Cox goes inside the hospital that treats children born with HIV and follows the story of a ten-year-old girl being told about her condition for the first time.

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