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LEBANON UNITED NATIONS SYRIA
Possible link between Hariri murder and 14 other attacks, says Brammertz
United Nations is set to extend Judge Brammertz's mandate by a year. Belgian judge is satisfied with Syrian attitude.
14/12/2005 UNITED NATIONS SYRIA
Unless Syria co-operates the Hariri inquiry might last years, says Mehlis
The German prosecutor heading the United Nations inquiry into the assassination of former Lebanese prime minister accuses Syria of dragging its feet. Damascus denies, whilst its press claims the report is "full of errors, informed by international interests that seek the destruction of Syria".
24/10/2005 SYRIA LEBANON UNITED NATIONS
All out barrage from Damascus against the Mehlis report
On the eve of the Security Council meeting, street demonstrations 'break out' in Syria as local politicians vow their support for the Assad regime. In Beirut Siniora and Jumblatt "urge" Assad to cooperate. President Lahoud's position is increasingly shaky.
23/01/2006 SYRIA LEBANON
Charges against Damascus raise tensions in Beirut
Jumblatt attacks Syria; Nasrallah defends it. Brammertz might visit the Syrian capital in the next few days.
19/01/2006 SYRIA IRAN LEBANON
Ahmadinejad arrives in Damascus, Brammertz in Beirut
The 'Summit of the Banned' is convened to show Syro-Iranian solidarity and refusal of foreign interference. Mehlis' successor in Lebanon is surrounded by exceptional security measures.
15/03/2006 LEBANON SYRIA UN
UN commission to see Assad about Hariri assassination
The announcement was made as inquiry chief hands his first report to Security Council. The report withholds information that might jeopardise the investigation and acknowledges greater Syrian cooperation. None the less, it also points to evidence of Syrian involvement.
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