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Wednesday, 19 April, 2000, 09:23 GMT 10:23 UK
LOCKERBIE


Look back at Lockerbie
With the bombers still not brought to justice, for many the healing process is incomplete. BBC News Online tells the stories of those who lived and those who lost.
Lockerbie victims remembered
On the 10th anniversary of the bombing of Pan Am flight 103, the eyes of the world again focus on the Scottish town of Lockerbie.
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Pan Am Flight 103 Lockerbie relatives come full circle
As relatives of the Lockerbie disaster victims gather for the 10th anniversary some express fears about how the bombing of Iraq might delay the handover of two Libyan suspects.
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First person: No justice, no peace
Dan Cohen's daughter died on Pam Am Flight 103. Ten years later, with the bombers still at large, he expressed his frustration and anger at political leaders who have been unable to bring them to justice.
Rising from the ashes
BBC Scotland's Willie Johnston visits Lockerbie and looks at how those who survived the disaster have rebuilt their lives.
Lessons from Lockerbie
Aviation and transport correspondent Chris Wain analysed the Lockerbie tragedy and looked at security improvements.
Reporter's reflections
In 1998 BBC News Online looked back 10 years to the day Panam flight 103 exploded over Lockerbie. Scotland Correspondent Andrew Cassel covered the tragedy.
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