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Libya, U.S., Britain to Meet for Lockerbie Talks

Libyan, U.S. and British officials are expected to meet in London in the next two weeks to weigh progress toward settling a long-running dispute over the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, diplomats said on Thursday. The meeting, which could come as early as Monday, was set as U.S. officials said they saw a chance that Libya may soon formally admit responsibility for the 1988 midair bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed 259 people on board the Boeing jumbo jet and 11 on the ground. The U.N. Security Council imposed an air and arms embargo and a ban on some oil equipment on Libya in 1992 and 1993 to pressure Libya to hand over two Libyan suspects for trial. Full Story

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