The Washington Post
France asks Lebanon to question two suspects in 1983 bombing:
French authorities have asked Lebanese prosecutors to detain two people suspected of involvement in a 1983 bombing in Beirut that killed dozens of French troops, Lebanese judicial officials said Wednesday. It is highly unlikely that Lebanese authorities will detain the suspects nearly 40 years after the attacks. Neither has ever been taken into custody. The request identified the two suspects as Yousef al-khalil and Sanaa al
Khalil and called on Lebanon’s prosecutor’s office to detain and question them, then inform French authorities of the outcome.