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This section contains a sample of the most pertinent questions asked of the tribunal and our responses to them.

The Head of the Defence Office of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, Francois Roux, will be answering questions from Lebanese citizens and the general public on Tuesday 24 January from…
Welcome to the new website for the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. We've made changes to the design and layout, which we hope will make using the website more straightforward and…
United Nations Security Council Resolution 1757 (2007) brought into force the provisions of the agreement between Lebanon and the UN regarding the creation of the tribunal. Because the Security Council adopted…
An indictment sets out the prosecutor’s case against the people that he believes are responsible for the crimes charged in the indictment. It does not establish any individual’s guilt. Sealing…
Some people in Lebanon have questioned the legitimacy of the tribunal. The question of legitimacy raises two distinct issues: the legality of the tribunal and its credibility. Legality is a…
The tribunal is funded from two major sources. According to the agreement between the United Nations and Lebanon (Article 5): 51% comes from voluntary contributions from states 49% comes from…
Information about the proceedings will be online, including live streaming of the trial. All public filings and proceedings will be accessible online.
All the trials at the STL will be open to the public at all times, except in special circumstances when the judges decide that the public must be excluded, e.g.…
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