Veteran prosecutor Detlev Mehlis told a news conference at UN Headquarters in New York that he would leave tomorrow for the Lebanese capital, Beirut, with a small team that would review the evidence and information collected by previous panels since the 14 February assault.Later, the team would expand to include investigators from 25 to 40 countries, he said, and, in answer to a question about reported tampering with evidence, he said he was “cautiously optimistic” that the team could draw the correct conclusions.His investigation would be “classic, criminal, prosecutorial,” compared to the earlier review by Irish Deputy Police Commissioner Peter Fitzgerald, and since the results would be turned over to the Lebanese Government, it would follow that country’s code of criminal procedure, Mr. Mehlis said.According to the Security Council’s 7 April resolution governing the work of the International Independent Investigation Commission, the panel would have to complete its work within three months of becoming operational and could get a three-month extension, if Secretary-General Kofi Annan thought it necessary.
She replied: ‘I didn’t miscarry, I went into early labour and by son died from his chord wrapped round his neck.’She also wrote: Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Lily Allen has been targeted by online trolls after revealing that she suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder following the stillbirth of her son.The singer also revealed that she has bipolar disorder in response to abuse from other Twitter users suggesting that she had mental health issues. Other Twitter users responded with inflammatory Tweets, with one saying: ‘Not to be a d–k but I very highly doubt it was 10 hours’, prompting Allen to respond: ‘You are a d–k. And it was. I was there, you weren’t.’Shockingly, another Tweet aimed at the singer read: The mother-of-two explained that her PTSD came after losing her son six months into her pregnancy in 2010.She wrote: .@Ged_2345 I DO have mental health issues.Bi-polar,post natal depression, and PTSD, does that make my opinion void.— Lily (@lilyallen) February 25, 2017 maybe if you didn’t pump your body full of drugs you wouldn’t have miscarried— le 😤 jmës (@BELLERUNNING) February 25, 2017 @Lumix_Trident @Ged_2345 when I lay in a hospital bed with my deceased son stuck between my legs halfway out of my body for 10 hours.— Lily (@lilyallen) February 25, 2017 Lily Allen on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury 2014Credit:Geoff Pugh Allen, 31, is active on Twitter and often posts on immigration, Donald Trump and Brexit. However, she has now announced that she would be taking a break from the social media site.’My timeline is full of the most disgusting, sexist, misogynistic, racist shit. Really, new levels. I’m no masochist so I’ll be back x,’ she wrote.Her account appeared to have been handed over to a user called Dennis, who announced he was going on a ‘hate blocking spree.’Allen has two daughters aged five and four with her former partner Sam Cooper.