Former Lebanese premier returns to mark the 10th anniversary of his father's assassination

Former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has returned to Lebanon to mark the 10th anniversary of his father's assassination, a slaying that sharply divided Lebanon.

Rafik Hariri was killed with 21 others in massive truck bomb on a Beirut seaside road on Feb. 14, 2005.

Saturday's visit marks Saad Hariri's second return to Lebanon after four years in self-imposed exile. Hariri visited Lebanon briefly in August. He left Lebanon in January 2011 after his government was brought down by Hezbollah and its allies.

Hariri is scheduled to give a speech later Saturday at a ceremony making the assassination.

Hariri's father was Lebanon's most prominent Sunni politician. A United Nations-backed tribunal is trying in absentia five members of the militant Hezbollah group, the country's most powerful Shiite faction, for the bombing.