May 01, 2009 - This week, the four men arrested in connection with the assassination of Rafik al-Hariri, the former Lebanese prime minister, have been released, after four years without charge. Inside Story asks: Is it justice simply playing out, or the signs of a faltering tribunal that - four years after the event - has not produced anything?
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