File - Special Tribunal for Lebanon spokesperson Marten Youssef speaks during an interview with The Daily Star in Beirut, Friday, May 9, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The spokesperson of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, Marten Youssef, said Tuesday that he resigned from his post for personal reasons.The court has not yet announced who would replace Youssef, but speaking to Al-Jadeed TV Tuesday evening, the former spokesperson urged journalists in Lebanon and abroad to apply for the position.In his email, Youssef said he will now be going to Canada to start his own business. During his years with the STL, Youssef was the point of contact for journalists and has appeared in dozens of interviews, explaining the court's work and defending the tribunal against allegations.
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