Report: Imad Mugniyah among suspects behind Hariri murder

November 8, 2010 09:29


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The United Nations tribunal investigating the murder of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri is preparing to indict several Hezbollah members by the end of the year, among them top Hezbollah leader Imad Mugniyah who was killed in a car bomb in 2008 and his brother-in-law Mustafa Badreddine who is reportedly a top military commander of the group, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday morning.

Mugniyah and Badreddine are two among six possible Hezbollah members that the UN is moving to indict for Hariri's murder, according to the report.

Hariri and 22 other people were killed in a car bomb in downtown Beirut in 2005.

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