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Lockerbie victims lawyers call for compensation
The lawyer of the families of the American victims of the Lockerbie incident Kim Krindler said on Friday that the American families will file a case against the Libyan government asking for a compensation of US $ 10 billion.
Libya, Politics, 2/3/2001
Syria voices support for Libya
Syrian foreign minister Farouk al-Shara on Friday made a telephone call with the Libyan secretary of External Liaison Abdul Rahman Shalqam. The Libyan official briefed al-Shara on the evaluation and assessment of the Libyan leadership on the development of the Lockerbie issue following the ruling made by the Scottish court on this issue.
Syria-Libya, Politics, 2/3/2001
Al-Qaddafi promises to disclose an evidence of al-Miqrahi innocence
Libya stressed on Thursday that the sentence voiced by the Scottish court concerning the Lockerbie issue on Wednesday was a " political and not a legal sentence."
Libya, Politics, 2/2/2001
Mandela angered by continued sanctions against Libya
Former South African President Nelson Mandela, has lashed out at the US and British governments over their decision to maintain sanctions against Libya despite the conclusion of the Lockerbie airline bombing trial Wednesday.
Libya-South Africa, Politics, 2/2/2001
Scottish court ends Lockerbie trials
The Scottish court at Camp Zest on Wednesday convicted the Libyan Abdul Baset al-Miqrahi of the charge of being involved in exploding the Pan American passengers plane in 1988 over Lockerbie and found innocent the second Libyan Elamine Khaleifa Faheima of the same charge.
Libya, Politics, 2/1/2001
One of two libyans found guilty in Lockerbie trial
Libya, Politics, 1/31/2001
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