A plate for the Special Tribunal for Lebanon is pictured during the trial of Lebanon's Rafik al-Hariri alleged killers in the Hague, the Netherlands September 11, 2018. (Bas Czerwinski/Pool via Reuters)
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Accused suspects Salim Ayyash, Hassan Merhi, Hussein Oneissi and Assad Sabra were undeniably involved in the "skillful" 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, the prosecution team at the closing arguments of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon pronounced Tuesday.In addition to killing former Prime Minister Hariri, the attack took the lives of 21 others.Nevertheless, the prosecution has continued to argue its case against the remaining four before the trial chamber.Nigel Povoas, acting senior counsel, followed Farrell and provided the details of the prosecution's case.
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