Lockerbie bomber dies; Cameron rejects new inquiry

UK PM David Cameron has dismissed calls for a fresh inquiry into the conviction of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi.

Previously undisclosed Lockerbie files published

A Scottish newspaper has published
what it says are previously undisclosed files on the 1988 Pan Am bombing that the only suspect convicted in the case has
claimed cast doubt on his involvement.

Previously undisclosed Lockerbie files published

A Scottish newspaper has published
what it says are previously undisclosed files on the 1988 Pan Am bombing that the only suspect convicted in the case has
claimed cast doubt on his involvement.

Gaddafi death a lost chance for Lockerbie answers

Swire said Gaddafi was plugged into the terrorist networks of the world at the time of the bombing.

British minister warns of new Lockerbie

British justice secretary admits uncertainty in UK govt over Libyan campaign.

UK dismiss report on Lockerbie bomber

UK has dismissed a report that said the man convicted of 1988 Lockerbie bombing was close to death.

UK officials won`t meet US Lockerbie investigators

The bomber was freed from Scottish jail on compassionate grounds in Aug 2009.

UK warns Libya over Lockerbie bomber anniversary

UK govt warned Libya, celebration on anniversary of release of Lockerbie bomber would be offensive.

UK reiterates BP not involved in Lockerbie release

The decision by Scottish authorities to release the only person convicted of the deadly bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 was "wrong and misguided,".

US Senate asking BP CEO to testify on Lockerbie

BP denies it had lobbied for Scottish authorities to free Lockerbie bomber.

US Senators disappointed at British PM’s refusal to meet them

Four US Senators have expressed their disappointment over the refusal of British PM David Cameron to meet them on the issues related to the release of Lockerbie bomber last year.

British Foreign Secy confirms Lockerbie `mistake`

British Foreign Secy William Hague wrote to US Secy of State Hillary Clinton today confirming his belief that it had been a "mistake" to release the Lockerbie bomber from jail last year.

US senators seek probe into BP role in Lockerbie release

US senators urge Hillary Clinton on Tuesday to investigate whether oil giant BP pressed Britain to free the Lockerbie bomber to protect a lucrative deal with Libya.

Lockerbie bomber has 2 mn pounds in Swiss bank account

As the 21st anniversary of the
Lockerbie bombing was marked today, Britain has disclosed that
Abdul Baset Ali al-Megrahi, convicted of downing the Pan Am
flight in 1988, held nearly two million pounds in a Swiss bank
account.

Ties with UK solid despite Lockerbie row: US

US officials sought Tuesday to calm the row over the release of the Lockerbie bomber, saying the government was "looking to move on" and stressing the British-US relationship was still solid.

Lockerbie bomber releases legal documents

The only man convicted in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing posted his legal defense to the Web on Friday, saying he hopes it will help convince people he had nothing to do with the terrorist attack that killed 270 people.

Lockerbie bomber taken to intensive care

Family members say the only man convicted in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing has been taken to intensive care after his condition worsened.

Brown denies "double-dealing" in Lockerbie case

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said on Wednesday that his government had put no pressure on Scotland to release the Lockerbie bomber early to improve Britain`s trade links with Libya.

UK PM feared Lockerbie bomber`s death in jail: Documents

A British minister told Libyan officials that Prime Minister Gordon Brown did not want the Lockerbie bomber to die in prison, according to documents released.

Scotland faced no obstacles in Lockerbie decision

Newly disclosed letters indicate that Britain`s Middle East minister and other officials advised Scotland`s government that there were no legal obstacles to returning the Pan Am Flight 103 bomber to his native Libya.