Michel Samaha gestures at his home in Beirut after being released on bail, Thursday, Jan. 14, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The trial of ex-Information Minister Michel Samaha was adjourned until Feb. 18, a judicial souce told The Daily Star Thursday.Samaha appeared nervous and tense during Thursday's session, the judicial source said, and was inconsistent while answering questions. Judge Tony Lattouf, head of the Military Court, had asked Samaha, who quickly replied that it was a "terror act".The source said that the session focused on recordings of Samaha's dealings with undercover police informant Milad Kfoury.The judge debriefed Samaha, who denied that he discussed with Syrian authorities the targets of his plot with Kfoury against clerics and officials in north Lebanon.
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