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Assad to Talk to U.N. Investigators in Hariri Slaying

Syrian President Bashar Assad and his top deputy have agreed to meet for the first time with the commission investigating the assassination of Lebanon’s former prime minister, Rafik Hariri, according to a report released Tuesday. The meetings, expected this month, would mark a significant reversal for Assad and Vice President Farouk Shareh, who had refused to heed interview requests from the commission. The investigators have repeatedly accused the Damascus government of failing to cooperate in the inquiry on the truck-bomb attack that killed Hariri and 22 others Feb. 14, 2005. Full Story

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