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U.N. probe IDs suspects in Hariri death

The U.N. inquiry into the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri has now identified suspects and witnesses and found possible links to 14 other murders or attempted murders in Lebanon in the last two years, the chief investigator said Tuesday. Belgian prosecutor Serge Brammertz said his investigation has reached “a critical stage.” Investigators are looking at numerous motives including assassination by an extremist group because of Hariri’s links to other states in the region and in the West, before his possible success in May 2005 elections, because of his likely expose of a bank fraud, and as “a convenient cover” to cast suspicion on others. Full Story

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