UN's Hariri assassination probe releases report

11/29/2007 | BBC · Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Belgian prosecutor Serge Brammertz -- who heads the United Nations' investigation of the 2005 Beirut bomb blast that killed Lebanon's former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri and others -- released a report Wednesday that says he has identified new suspects. Brammertz also said the perpetrators appeared to be highly organized, that they may strike again, and that neighboring Syria has mostly cooperated with the probe.

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