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Libya payout deadline passed

The deadline for a compensation deal between Libya and the families of those killed in the 1989 French airliner bombing passed on Saturday without agreement. Hours before the ultimatum, Libya invited a delegation of relatives to continue talks in Tripoli on Monday – a move welcomed as a “positive sign” by the families’ spokesman. Earlier, French President Jacques Chirac warned Libya that ties with France would suffer if it failed to stick to its commitment to offer an increased settlement. Full Story

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