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January 16, 2014 5:41 PM

As trial in 2005 Hariri assassination opens, Lebanese have more current worries

After nine years of investigation costing tens of millions of dollars, international prosecutors in The Hague on Thursday began to lay out their case against four Hezbollah members accused in the 2005 car bombing that killed a former prime minister and 21 others in downtown Beirut.

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