Lockerbie investigators have been given fresh assurances by Libya's interim Prime Minister that his government will co-operate "as a priority" as they pursue new lines of inquiry into the terrorist outrage.
Lockerbie investigators have been given fresh assurances by Libya's interim Prime Minister that his government will co-operate \"as a priority\" as they pursue new lines of inquiry into the terrorist outrage.
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Helen McArdle and Brian Currie
Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland, QC, and Patrick Shearer, chief constable of Dumfries and Galloway Constabulary, the force investigating the 1988 bombing which claimed 270 lives, held talks in London yesterday with Abdurrahim El Keib.
It was their first since the death on Sunday of Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi, the man convicted of the bombing, from cancer more than 1000 days after his release from prison.
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