Lebanon Tribunal: What is a trial without suspects for?

Lebanon Tribunal: What is a trial without suspects for?
By our correspondent in The Hague, Stephanie van den Berg
24.09.18
By our correspondent in The Hague, Stephanie van den Berg

The Special Tribunal for Lebanon is rounding up its case against four accused over the 2005 bombing that killed former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri and others. Closing arguments took place in The Hague between September 11 and September 21. But the trial is being held entirely in absentia, a rarity in international law, leading experts...

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