Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri heads a session at the Parliament in Beirut, Wednesday, May 21, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Speaker Nabih Berri Saturday said Libyan authorities have been hesitant to disclose secrets of the former regime's crimes, insisting Lebanon has made some progress, albeit minor, to uncover the truth behind the case of Imam Musa Sadr.The memo, Berri continued, was signed by the Lebanese Ambassador Mohammad Skineh and the Justice Ministry in Libya's Tripoli.Ghadafi's collapse reversed the relationship with a Lebanese delegation traveling to Libya on several occasions and holding talks with authorities there over the case.
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