Fouad Siniora testifies in front of the STL in the Hague, Wednesday, May 27, 2015. (The Daily Star/STL, HO)
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Former Prime Minister Fouad Siniora denied suggestions made at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Thursday that his government had collaborated closely with the Americans.Korkmaz spent a significant amount of time discussing with Siniora the exact words that Hariri had used to describe a fateful meeting with Syrian President Bashar Assad.Precisely what Assad told Hariri that day remains contested: Those who met with Hariri in the days and hours after his fateful trip to Damascus have offered slightly different descriptions of what Hariri said about the encounter.In court Thursday, Siniora explained that Hariri had recounted the incident in several different ways, all of which he had reported to the investigators.
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