Who killed Hariri?

At 12.56pm on February 14, 2005, a massive explosion in Beirut killed former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Thirty-four minutes later, a pro-Syrian group claimed responsibility for the attack. But who really was responsible? An official U.N. inquiry has examined the political circumstances leading up to Hariri’s death, his precise last movements, and the gathering and preservation of evidence at the crime scene. It also considered the credibility of the group that officially claimed responsibility. So just who was behind the attack? Over the next 15 pages, Arabian Business publishes the U.N. report in its entirety.

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