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The potential involvement of Syrian intelligence in the assassination of Prime Minister Rafik Hariri was discussed Tuesday at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. Although the prosecution has not presented any evidence that directly links the five defendants to members of the Syrian government, Prosecutor Nigel Povoas made the case that Wafiq Safa, a high-ranking Hezbollah security official, may have acted as a link between the Syrian government and Mustafa Badreddine, one of the men – now presumed killed in Syria – indicted in the case. According to Povoas, call data demonstrates that Ghazaleh and Safa were in contact with each other during "significant periods" in the lead-up to the assassination.
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