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What's in a photograph? In the case of a snapshot of Christopher Jefferies, a 65-year-old retired teacher from Bristol, a portrait of a murderer.

Colossal wreck: 270 people died when Pan-Am 103 crashed near the Scottish town of Lockerbie

Lockerbie bombing anniversary: David Cameron praises 'resilience' of victims' families as memorial services mark date

The 270 victims of the tragedy will be remembered today in memorial services 

21 December 1988: Houses on fire in Lockerbie, Scotland, after a Boeing 747 aeroplane, Pan Am Flight 103, crashed after a mid-flight explosion on board - according to a new investigation, the US knew of other suspects

Revealed: US 'knew of other Lockerbie suspects'

On anniversary of bombing, fresh evidence emerges that Palestinian group was responsible

Woman discovers her son was among 270 Lockerbie bombing victims almost 25 years later

Carol King-Eckersley tells of her 'double tragedy' after deciding to track down her only child, put up for adoption 45 years ago

David Murdoch will lead Team GB's curling team in the Winter Olympics

Curling: David Murdoch to lead Team GB in Sochi

Scotland's David Murdoch has been selected to skip the Great Britain rink at the Winter Olympics in Sochi next February.

James Robertson deserves praise for stepping up to the plate

Review: The Professor of Truth, By James Robertson

As the 25th anniversary approaches, James Robertson is the first British novelist to tackle the Pan Am Flight 103 terrorist outrage

Tory former minister Lord Fraser of Carmyllie has died suddenly at the age of 68

Former minister Lord Fraser dies

The former Tory  minister Lord Fraser of Carmyllie has died suddenly aged 68.

Search for April Jones' remains will continue if Mark Bridger gives up information

Senior investigating officer says police have not given up hope that one day April's remains will be recovered

Milk Link and Arla plan £2bn merger

Around 1,600 farmers are set to join one of Europe's biggest dairy co-operatives in a deal that will pool nearly a quarter of UK milk production.

Lockerbie bomber in hospital

The Lockerbie bomber has been admitted to hospital for a blood transfusion, it was reported last night.

John Ashton claims to have evidence that throws into doubt the conviction of Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi, for the Lockerbie bomb

Lockerbie evidence 'was not given to Megrahi's lawyers'

A new book claims information that could have cleared Libyan was never passed to his defence

Picture dated 22 December 1988 of the wreckage of the New-York-bound Pan Am Boeing 747 that exploded and crashed over Lockerbie, southwest Scotland, 21 December 1988.

Lockerbie police team increased

The police force investigating the Lockerbie bombing has increased the number of officers involved in the inquiry.

James Cusick: Doubts about prosecution evidence that still linger

When Abdelbasetal-Megrahi is buried in Libya, he will be described as a victim of the Gaddafi regime. In the UK he remains the man responsible for the destruction of Pan Am flight 103. Yet the truth behind the Lockerbie bombing remains enmeshed indiplomatic games.

Lockerbie bomber found in Tripoli villa 'close to death'

The Lockerbie bomber has been tracked down to his villa in Tripoli, where he is apparently comatose and near death, CNN has reported.

Hague insists Libya will co-operate over Fletcher case

William Hague yesterday sought to play down concerns that the new Libyan government will refuse to hand over the man suspected of shooting WPC Yvonne Fletcher and the Lockerbie bomber.

Hague looks for Lockerbie and Fletcher justice

William Hague today played down suggestions that the new Libyan government will block fresh efforts to secure justice for the Lockerbie bombing and Yvonne Fletcher murder.

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