30.04.13 STL Bulletin
29.04.13 Press releasesLeidschendam, 29 April 2013 – The Special Tribunal for Lebanon announced Monday it will appoint a special investigator to probe three incidents which could potentially be considered interference with the…Tags: David Baragwanath
18.04.13 Press releasesBeirut, Lebanon, 18 April 2013 – The President of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Sir David Baragwanath Thursday issued the following statement at the end of his four-day trip to…Tags: President
About the STL
The Special Tribunal for Lebanon is a tribunal of international character.
The STL's headquarters are on the outskirts of The Hague, the Netherlands and the tribunal also has an office in Beirut, Lebanon.
Its primary mandate is to hold trials for the people accused of carrying out the attack of 14 February 2005 which killed 23 people, including the former prime minister of Lebanon, Rafiq Hariri, and injured many others.
The tribunal was established following a request by the government of Lebanon to the United Nations. The agreement between Lebanon and the UN was not ratified, and the UN brought its provisions into force through UN Security Council Resolution 1757.
09.05.13On 8 May 2013, the STL hosted 11 deans and professors of…
18.02.13HISTORY OF THE LAW OF THE INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNALS Its impact on the…