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The Boston Marathon bombings by the Tsarnaev brothers has revealed one important fact - namely, terrorists are a despised lot and this has been proved by the unwillingness of the family from taking over the body of Tamerlan, one of the
Wreckage from the PanAm Boeing 747 jumbo jet, blown up over the town of Lockerbie in South West Scotland, has been returned to Scotland almost 25 years after a terrorist atrocity that shocked the world. PanAm flight 103 came to grief
Swedish tabloid Expressen says Libya's ex-justice minister claims Moammar Gadhafi personally ordered the Lockerbie bombing that killed 270 people in 1988. Expressen on Wednesday quoted Mustafa Abdel-Jalil as telling their correspondent in Libya that "
It is a peculiar situation – Britain wants to reopen the Lockerbie bombing case while Libya says it is a closed chapter as reported in telegraph.co.uk of dated 2nd March 2013. British Prime Minister David Cameron had announced
Suggested Topics British police hoping a more open Libya freed from the rule of Gaddafi would open doors for a renewed investigation in to the Lockerbie bombing have had their hopes dashed by the country's new government, who say it is a closed case.
Abdullah al-Senussi, left, with former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. Foreign interest in the ex-spy chief focuses on the Lockerbie bombing. Photograph: EPA Britain's Foreign Office is being urged to prevent the summary execution in Libya of Abdullah
AP The Lockerbie bombing was over Scotland, but the truth about it lies in Libya. British Prime Minister David Cameron announced that the Libyan government will let Scotland Yard into the country to investigate the 1984 killing of a London police
Edward Johnston, 38, of Whiston, Merseyside, pleaded guilty to the incident at Amarone, in Nelson Mandella Place, on 10 February this year. Armed police and bomb disposal officers cordoned off the Italian restaurant for almost eight hours. At Glasgow
Share This Story The letter describes Scotland's legal system as a "mangled wreck" as result of Megrahi's conviction and how Scotland must now "have the courage to look itself in the mirror". The call for an independent inquiry comes three days after
Abdelbeset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi, the only person convicted in connection with the Lockerbie airline bombing that killed 259 people on board Pan Am Flight 103 and 11 on the ground, went to his grave protesting his innocence. And there are others who