The Special Tribunal for Lebanon, where the trial of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri's alleged killers is taking place, near The Hague, the Netherlands, Sept. 11, 2018. (Bas Czerwinski/Pool via Reuters)
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The Special Tribunal for Lebanon Friday organized a seminar for 50 Lebanese lawyers to inform them of the rights of victims before international courts, including the International Criminal Court, the Kosovo Specialist Chambers and the STL itself.Experts from the STL, ICC and KSC addressed topics including how victims can participate in proceedings before international tribunals, the manner in which to communicate with vulnerable persons, as well as the process for joining the list of counsels for victims at international courts.
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