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This case relates to the assassination of Rafiq Hariri and others on 14 February 2005. The prosecutor submitted an indictment to the pre-trial judge on 17 January 2011. This indictment was confirmed on 28 June 2011.
On 16 January 2014, the trial in the Ayyash et al. case started before the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. On 11 February 2014, the Trial Chamber issued an oral ruling to join the case against Hassan Habib Merhi with the case against Salim Jamil Ayyash, Mustafa Amine Badreddine, Hussein Hassan Oneissi and Assad Hassan Sabra.
The tribunal has established jurisdiction over three attacks relating to Marwan Hamadeh, George Hawi and Elias El-Murr. The pre-trial judge has also ordered that the Lebanese authorities provide the relevant files to the prosecutor.
On 31 January 2014, the initial Contempt Judge, Judge David Baragwanath, charged Ms Karma Mohamed Tahsin Al Khayat and AL JADEED [CO.] S.A.L./NEW T.V. S.A.L. (N.T.V.) (STL-14-05) with two counts of contempt and obstruction of justice and Mr Ibrahim Mohamed Ali Al Amin and Akhbar Beirut S.A.L. (STL-14-06) with one count of contempt and obstruction of justice under Rule 60 bis of the Tribunal's Rules.
Mr El Sayed seeks the release to him of documents relating to his previous detention in Lebanon held by the Prosecutor. The pre-trial judge ordered that the tribunal's prosecutor release more than 270 documents to Jamil El Sayed.
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25/06/2015 Press releasesLeidschendam, 25 June 2015 - The STL is pleased to announce the appointment of members of the Disciplinary Board and Disciplinary Appeals Board as of 22 June 2015 and for a period of two years pursuant to articles 20 and 28 of the Code of Professional Conduct for Defence Counsel…Tags: Media advisory
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