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Megrahi should serve remainder sentence in Scottish prison' Washington: The US has said the decision by the Scottish authorities a year ago to release the Lockerbie bomber was wrong and inappropriate, and said he should serve the rest of his sentence
Britain warns Libya over celebrating anniversary Abdelbasset al-Megrahi 'could live for up to seven years' reports from Tripoli suggest, a year after his release from prison Abdelbasset al-Megrahi in a Triploi hospital shortly after his release from
Senator Robert Menendez previously tried to link BP with the Scottish Government's decision to release Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi...She said: "If Senator Menendez and his colleagues are so concerned that business interests may have lobbied the
Ex-BP boss Lord Browne did not discuss Lockerbie bomber release BBC Scotland news website Lord Browne was chief executive at BP for 12 years Former BP chief executive Lord Browne has said he never discussed the release of the Lockerbie bomber when he
A cancer expert who said Lockerbie bomber Abdel Baset al-Megrahi had only three months to live before his release from prison was quoted Sunday as saying he should have been more cautious about the prisoner's chances of survival.
PA In an angry letter to Senator Robert Menendez yesterday, the First Minister defended his decision to snub a US Senate inquiry into the affair as he restated his denial that the decision to release Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi had been linked
The four senators from New Jersey and New York on Tuesday asked the U.S. State Department to investigate whether oil giant BP played a role in winning last year's release of the man convicted of the Lockerbie airliner bombing.
The Scottish government rejected demands from American politicians to re-investigate its decision to return the Lockerbie bomber to Libya, prompting fury Sunday from victims' families. Last week, four US senators wrote to Sir Nigel Sheinwald, the
A controversial new play exploring a "rift" between the families of victims of the 1988 Lockerbie aircraft bombing has been condemned as "exploitative and irresponsible". The Families of Lockerbie , which opens this week in Nottingham, portrays how
Karol Sikora, a British cancer specialist who advised the Scottish government on Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi’s illness before he was freed, said the convicted terrorist was spending his final days bed-ridden and on morphine. He dismissed claims