Libya: A Dish Best Eaten Cold

A Dish Best Eaten Cold

Ever since a suitcase bomb blew up Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, a few days before Christmas in 1988, suspicion has focused primarily on Iran and Syria. But now there is new information about another suspect: Libya. According to press reports in Europe and the U.S., French investigators have developed evidence that Libya plotted attacks on American and French targets beginning in September 1988. The Libyans supposedly directed terrorists to put a bomb aboard the Pan Am plane and another on a French U.T.A. DC-10 jet, which blew up over Africa in September 1989. The two explosions killed a...

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