Australian detainees Sally Faulkner and 60 Minutes reporter Tara Brown are escorted into the Baabda Justice Palace to resume interrogations into the children abductions case, Monday, April 18, 2016. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Azakir)
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A verdict in the child abduction case involving an Australian mother and TV crew is expected to be issued by the end of the week, prosecuting attorney Hussein Berjawi said Monday.Speaking to Al-Jadeed TV, Berjawi denied rumors that Lebanon was being pressured to release the five Australian and two British nationals who have been charged with abducting two children from their Lebanese father earlier this month. Howver, a judicial source told The Daily Star that Mount Lebanon Judge Rami Abdullah adjourned the court session to Wednesday.Police initially detained five Australians – including the children's mother and four staffers from the Australian TV show 60 Minutes – along with two Britons and two Lebanese over the abduction.
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