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Pan Am 103 families fear that accepting cash absolves Gadhafi

Four days before Christmas 1988, the unthinkable happened: A suitcase bomb blew apart New York-bound Pan Am Flight 103 over Scotland, killing 270 people, many of them college students, including Theodora Cohen, whose parents live in this small town on the southern tip of New Jersey. For Susan and Dan Cohen and other families of the 188 American victims, another once-inconceivable event appears imminent: The lifting of U.S. sanctions against Libya, the country that took responsibility for the bombing, plus the removal of the North African nation from the State Department list of states sponsoring terrorism, and the final payment from Libya of $6 million to each of the families of the dead.Full Story

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