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Libyans had been waiting for this moment for more than 40 years, and victims of the Lockerbie bombing for more than 24 years.
William Underhills asks: How will the Lockerbie bombing convict survive the Libyan revolution?
Two years ago, Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi, the Lockerbie bomber, was freed by a Scottish court.
He sent weapons to the Irish Republican Army, and he blew up Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.
The trial of two Libyans accused in the Lockerbie bombing finally gets under way in 2000.
Lockerbie, warmed by wine, was as simple—and charming—as a wart-hog.
A beautiful sylvan stream, falling from the uplands into the Annan, between Ecclefechan and Lockerbie.
Schneider was drunk before he ever got to Lockerbie's that night.
Lockerbie did a fair business in pearls; no great beauties or values among them, but a good marketable cheap product.
The Lockerbie settlers were much more intelligent in religion and in everything else.