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Could Hariri tribunal trigger sectarian strife?

Saad al-Hariri, the Lebanese prime minister, has called for calm in the wake of Hezbollah's announcement that some members of the group will be implicated in the murder of his father, Rafiq al-Hariri. The UN-backed Special Tribunal for Lebanon that is investigating the murder could issue its first round of indictments later this year. How important is the tribunal for Lebanon?

Published: 15 Dec 2010 13:49 GMT
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