Ali Hamadeh testifies in front of the STL in the Hague, Monday, April 13, 2015. (The Daily Star/STL, HO)
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President Bashar Assad considered one of Rafik Hariri's final attempts to reduce tensions with the Syrian regime a "mockery," Ali Hamade told the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Monday.By the third meeting in December 2004, just two months before Hariri's assassination, Nassif said that Assad was no longer interested in Hariri's tidings, Hamade told the court.In early January 2005, however, Hamade said that there were signs that the relationship between Hariri and Assad was on the mend.Early on the morning of February 14, 2005, Hariri called Hamade into his office.
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