File - A portrait of slain former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri is seen on his grave in downtown Beirut, Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The Special Tribunal for Lebanon Thursday heard a third day of testimony from the former bodyguard of Sami Issa, whom the prosecution alleges was an alias of defendant Mustafa Badreddine.Cameron noted the photo submitted to LAU in 1997 was taken many years earlier, as it was also used on Badreddine's Lebanese identity card. He said he would elaborate in the future, adding that Badreddine had several aliases linked to Issa. To contact Issa, he went through Mr. Shakr, the general manager of the jewelry stores. Only months later, when he noted to Issa that he did not have his phone number, was he given one ending in "663 ". Edwards is scheduled to complete his cross-examination of the witness Friday.
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