The Special Tribunal for Lebanon heard on Wednesday the testimony of an Internal Security Forces officer, who claimed that several metal pieces recovered from the crater caused by the massive bombing on Feb. 14, 2005, belonged to a vehicle from the motorcade of ex-PM Rafik Hariri and the Mitsubishi van that the suicide bomber used.
The prosecution's witness, who went by a code number and whose identity remained protected, appeared via video link from Beirut.Full Story
The Special Tribunal for Lebanon continued on Tuesday hearing the testimonies of various witnesses linked to the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri on February 14, 2005.
It listened to the testimony of Brigadier General Asaad Nohra who is an officer at the Internal Security Forces.Full Story
The Special Tribunal for Lebanon resumed on Monday hearing the testimony of witnesses in ex-Premier Rafik Hariri's Feb. 2005 assassination in a massive bombing that targeted his convoy in Beirut.
A retired member of the Internal Security Forces, Abdul Badih al-Soussi, testified via video conference from Beirut.Full Story
The Trial Chamber of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon on Wednesday overruled objections by the Defense lawyers, who had asked the court not to allow that nine witnesses give their testimonies via videoconference, as the Prosecution exhibited a number of pictures of former premier Rafik Hariri without revealing the significance of the displayed material.
After discussing administrative and logistical issues linked to the February 14, 2005 assassination of ex-PM Hariri, the Prosecution exhibited pictures obtained from the witness Ahmed Ismail, head of the photography department at the al-Mustaqbal newspaper.Full Story
The Special Tribunal for Lebanon continued on Tuesday hearing the testimonies of witnesses linked to the February 14, 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
Firefighter at the Bashura sector in the Beirut Fire Department Khaled Toubaili continued the testimony he had started on Monday during which he recounted the details of the firefighting operations at the scene of the blast in Beirut.Full Story
The Special Tribunal for Lebanon resumed on Monday its hearing sessions in The Hague, as Khaled Toubaili, a firefighter that was involved in the rescuing operations on February 14, 2005, gave his testimony.
Toubaili, a firefighter at the Bashura sector in the Beirut Fire Department, recounted the events he experienced on the day of former premier Rafik Hariri's assassination.Full Story
The Special Tribunal for Lebanon heard more witness testimonies on Friday a day after the defense team of four Hizbullah suspects claimed there was no conclusive evidence on the use of an explosives-laden Mitsubishi van to target the convoy of ex-PM Rafik Hariri on February 14, 2005.
Several witnesses appeared before the court on Friday.Full Story
The Special Tribunal for Lebanon continued on Thursday hearing the testimonies of various witnesses linked to the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
Witness Robyn Fraser, who had worked for the STL Office of Prosecution between August 2009 and August 2011, continued the testimony she had started on Wednesday.Full Story
The Special Tribunal for Lebanon began for the first time on Wednesday to hear the testimonies of witnesses in the trial of ex-Premier Rafik Hariri's February 2005 assassination.
The testimonies came after the STL prosecution, the lawyers for victims and defense attorneys of two suspects made their opening statements since the trial was launched last Thursday.Full Story
Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri announced on Monday his total rejection to the people-army-resistance equation, stressing also that he will never abandon his allies.
“The people-army-resistance equation is completely rejected, full stop,” Hariri said in an interview on Future TV.Full Story