File - A view of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon building in The Hague. (The Daily Star)
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Members of the defense counsel and the prosecution engaged in an icy exchange at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Wednesday over the former's sweeping cross-examination of a witness. The defense had grilled Argentine bomb crater expert Daniel Ambrosini on subjects including his contacts with Israelis and whether an air missile could have been responsible for the massive explosion that killed former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri and 21 others. Milne expressed frustration that members of the defense appeared to introduce a new theory into the case by raising the possibility of an airborne missile.
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