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03 November 2010 by Daisy Mohr

Last week’s attack on two Lebanon Tribunal investigators in Beirut has highlighted internal tensions in the country and raised fears of a return to violence. Although no one has claimed the attack, powerful government coalition partner Hezbollah is upping the pressure on Prime Minister Saad Hariri to renounce cooperation with the international tribunal that is investigating the murder of his father.

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09 October 2006 by Jerome Mayer-Cantu

On September 25, the United Nations commission investigating the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri published a new provisional report. However, since the 34-day war between Israel and the Hezbollah in July-August, the commission has come under greater pressure. Syria, which is a target of the international investigation, is trying to thwart the commission's efforts, while its Lebanese ally, Hezbollah, is weakening the central government.

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