Lebanon reports back to tribunal on Hariri investigation

AMSTERDAM - The UN-backed Lebanon tribunal said on Tuesday the Lebanese authorities have reported back on measures taken so far to search for and arrest four men wanted in the killing of former prime minister Rafik Hariri.
No details on the report were released by the tribunal.
The Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) issued indictments and arrest warrants in June for four men, who Lebanese officials identified as Hezbollah members.
So far none of the four men accused has been detained. The tribunal released their names, photographs and details last month in the hope of speeding up the arrests.