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Lockerbie Victims' Kin Mark Anniversary

Relatives of people killed in the terrorist attack on Pan Am Flight 103 gathered at Arlington National Cemetery Sunday to mark the 15th anniversary of the plane’s downing. The plane bound from London to New York blew up in midair over Lockerbie, Scotland, on Dec. 21, 1988. Eleven people on the ground and 259 people on the plane were killed. A Libyan intelligence officer was convicted in 2001 of bombing Flight 103, while a second Libyan man was acquitted. At Arlington, the victims’ names were read aloud as family members laid flowers at the foot of a memorial cairn built out of 270 blocks of red Scottish sandstone. The sandstone came from a quarry a few miles from Lockerbie. Full Story

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