UN investigators question Lahoud in Hariri probe

November 12, 2005 00:11


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UN investigators on Friday questioned Lebanese President Emile Lahoud over the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, the president's office said. Two investigators came to the presidential palace in Baabda on Friday evening to take Lahoud's statement, the office said in a statement. Four pro-Syrian Lebanese generals, including the commander of Lahoud's Presidential Guard and two other close aides, are under arrest and charged with the murder.

More about:Rafic Hariri, Baabda

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