Faulkner and 60 Minutes reporter Tara Brown are escorted into the Baabda Justice Palace.
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The fate of an Australian mother and TV crew is expected to be revealed Wednesday amid attempts to convince the father to drop the lawsuit over the abduction of his two children, a judicial source told The Daily Star.Five Australians – including the children's mother and four staffers of the Australian TV show 60 Minutes – two Britons and two Lebanese were detained over the abduction. There are attempts to pressure Amin to drop charges against Faulkner and the Australian TV crew involved in the case, the source claimed. Nevertheless, remarks made by Amin Monday indicated his insistence on maintaining the criminal charges against Faulkner and the TV crew. He spoke outside the Justice Palace in Baabda where the Australians were questioned. The judicial source explained that Whittington's case was more complicated.Television footage showed Australian and international reporters camped outside the Justice Palace.
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