Long Reads Of The Week: Murder, Slavery And The Real Walter White

5 great reads you might have missed from around the web

1 | For the Financial Times, Erika Solomon meets two Yazidi women who were captured and enslaved as by Isis before managing to escapet to hear their harrowing stories.

2 | In 'The Walter White of Wichita', Fusion's Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster meet the self-taught chemist behind America's first fetanyl epidemic who made the Breaking Bad character look like a amatuer.

3 | Asunta Fong Yang was a gifted 12-year-old who had been adopted as a baby by a wealthy Spanish couple. So why did they decide to kill her? The Guardian's Giles Tremlett has the sad and unsual story.

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4 | “There is so much misinformation about me, no one can say with absolute certainty who I am.” For the New York Times, James C. McKinley and Rick Rojas follow 'professional imposter' Jeremy Wilson.

5 | Finally from down under: how Noma chef René Redzepi put his formidable skills – and hundreds of new ingredients – to good use launching a new restaurant in Australia, by California Sunday Magazine's Tienlon Ho.