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In our third and most disturbing investigation into the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, we ask who was responsible.
Western politicians should no longer refer to Lockerbie when dealing with Libya's new leadership.
Abdel Basset al-Megrahi, the former Libyan intelligence officer convicted of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, has died.
Former intelligence chief Senussi was Muammar Gaddafi's brother-in-law and right-hand-man.
One of the world's most eccentric and unpredictable leaders, Gaddafi dominated the world stage for decades.
In power since 1969, the colonel has been one of the world's longest-serving, most erratic and most fascinating leaders.
In power since 1969, the colonel has been one of the longest-serving, most erratic, most grimly fascinating leaders.
International contact group calls on Gaddafi to step down to "allow Libyan people to determine their own future".
What are the implications of BP's alleged role in al-Megrahi's controversial release?
David Cameron visits Washington for talks on wide range of issues for first time as PM.
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