Time to close the UN's Hariri investigation

02/15/2010 | NYTimes.com

The United Nations investigation into the assassination of Lebanese leader Rafik Hariri has been plagued by a lack of political support and ability to secure indictments, Lebanon's Daily Star Opinion Editor Michael Young writes. Five years after Hariri's death, Young argues, there remains little chance of a trial ever happening and the investigation should end.

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