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Official: Syria must cooperate in probe

Official: Syria must cooperate in probe

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UNITED NATIONS - Syria still is not cooperating fully with a probe into the assassination of Lebanon's former prime minister, and investigators would need two more years at this rate, the chief of the inquiry told the U.N. Security Council on Tuesday.

Detlev Mehlis acknowledged that Syria had permitted five high-ranking officials to be interviewed in Vienna, and he later said it was too early to say if Syria was in violation of a Security Council resolution that threatened "further action" unless Syria cooperates.


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