A conference launching a new committee to follow up on the case of Shiite Imam Musa Sadr's disappearance. (The Daily Star Photo)
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A new committee has been formed to follow up on the case of the missing Shiite Imam Musa Sadr, who went missing 36 years ago while on a trip to Libya, a former MP announced in a news conference Thursday.Sadr went missing during a visit to Libya on Aug. 31, 1978 . His disappearance caused a rift between Lebanon and the regime of Gadhafi, which continuously denied any involvement, maintaining that Sadr had left Libya for Italy.Ties between Libya and Lebanon were severed after Sadr's disappearance in light of Beirut's position that Gadhafi was responsible for the incident.
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