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(Jan 02, 2008) On December 18, 2007, the felonies court in Beirut, Lebanon, issued a verdict in the case brought against five men accused of attempting to bomb German trains in 2006. Yousef al-Haj Deeb, held in Germany, was convicted and sentenced to hard labor for life; Jihad hamad, held in Lebanon, was convicted and sentenced to 12 years of hard labor; and the other three were acquitted for lack of evidence. (Verdict in the German Trains Case: Life, Hard Labor, and Acquittal, AL-AKHBAR, Dec. 19, 2007.)

Author: Issam Saliba More by this author
Topic: Terrorism More on this topic
Jurisdiction: Lebanon More about this jurisdiction

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Last updated: 01/02/2008