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Lockerbie Tuesday, 16 February, 1999, 16:25 GMT
Look back at Lockerbie
Ten years ago 270 people died when Pam Am 103 exploded over the town of Lockerbie. Until the bombers are brought to justice, for many the healing process will remain incomplete. BBC News Online tells the stories of those who lived and those who lost.

Lockerbie revisited
No justice, no peace
For Dan Cohen who lost his daughter in the crash, there is no healing until the bombers are brought to trial.



  Flashback: 1988
A multimedia look at one woman's journey in memory of her father.


On the scene
Rising from the ashes
Ten years on, the physical scars have healed but the memories remain.

Reporter's reflections
At first it seemed like a huge traffic accident. Scotland correspondent Andrew Cassel tells what it was like to report from Lockerbie.



Lessons from Lockerbie
Technology and tragedy
Transportation and Aviation correspondent Christopher Wain explains how Lockerbie happened in the first place and how airports are trying to stop it happening again.

Trail to the trial
The ups and downs of trying to bring the accused to trial.


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