Karma Khayat, vice president of Al-Jadeed television, talks during an interview with Reuters in Beirut, Lebanon Sept. 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alia Haju
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An appeals panel at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon overturned the conviction of Al-Jadeed journalist Karma Khayat Tuesday, clearing her and the broadcaster of all charges.This conviction was overturned Tuesday by the appeals panel. It also upheld the earlier acquittals, largely concurring with Lettieri's findings. Khayat maintains that she never received the court order. Khayat said Tuesday that the court spent 16 million euros on her case alone, though this number could not be immediately verified.
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