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Rafik Hariri assassinated five years ago

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Lebanon's Prime Minster Saad Hariri has defended the UN tribunal investigating the assassination of his father five years ago.

Mr Hariri said the "process... takes time, and whoever thinks that this justice will not come is very wrong, very dead wrong".

Speaking to the BBC's Natalia Antelava, he also defended his decision to go to Syria, saying it was "important" to "act as somebody who believes Lebanon benefits from a good relationship with Syria".

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