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Letter: Lockerbie trial

Sir: The British government, to its credit, guarantees the two Libyans accused of complicity in the Lockerbie bombing justice and a fair trial, without a jury and outside Scotland (report, 24 August).

Lockerbie relatives welcome trial progress

BRITISH relatives of those killed in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing yesterday welcomed a ruling which could lead the way to the trial of the two Libyans accused of the murders.

Lockerbie families accept trial in The Hague

Relatives of Americans killed in the Lockerbie bombing are now prepared to see the two Libyan suspects tried at the International Court of Justice in The Hague, a spokesman for the families of the British victims said yesterday.

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Crucial evidence against two Libyans for the Lockerbie bombing was planted by the CIA, it was claimed in the Commons yesterday.

Losing count

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Call for Lockerbie trial overseas

Britain's refusal to approve a trial of the two Libyans accused of the Lockerbie bombing in a neutral country suffered a severe set-back yesterday when a former government minister called for a change to the law so the suspects could appear before an overseas court.

The Iranian clergyman who could help the police with their inquiries

Ali Akbar Mohtashemi, the man named in connection with the Lockerbie bombing, was a confidant of the late Ayatollah Khomeini and one of the key Iranian clergymen responsible for a decade of anti-Western violence in the Middle East. Fallen from pow er, henow lives quietly in a Tehran suburb.

Lockerbie: an unsolved case of murder

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Iran blamed for Lockerbie

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Dieter Bock took a further step towards a possible break-up of Lonrho yesterday as he confirmed that the mining and agriculture conglomerate planned to float off its wide-ranging hotel interests, possibly this year.
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