File - A view of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon building in The Hague. (The Daily Star)
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Hundreds of hours of mathematical computations and computer simulations were conducted by experts examining the crater left by the massive bomb which killed former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri 10 years ago, the Special Tribunal heard Monday.While the prosecution maintains that a Mitsubishi truck loaded with approximately 2,500 kilograms of explosives caused the blast which killed Hariri and 21 others, the defense has argued that alternative theories, namely an underground bomb, have not been fully ruled out.In court Monday, Ambrosini explained the types of craters expected from above ground bombs, underground bombs buried beneath a layer of soil, and uncovered underground bombs.
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