(from the article `intelligence`) ...that a terrorist attack is successful, identifying the culprit allows for reprisals, which are crucial to combating terrorism. In December 1988 an ... ...in April 1986. In 1996 the United States and the United Nations implemented a series of economic sanctions against Libya for its purported ... [...
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Lockerbie (lok'urbē) , village (1991 pop. 3,892), Scotland, site of a 1988 airplane crash. On Dec. 21, 1988, a New York–bound Pan Am Boeing 747 exploded in flight as a result of a terrorist bomb and crashed in and around Lockerbie. The crash killed all 259 people aboard and 11 on the...
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==History== Lockerbie apparently has existed since at least the days of Viking influence in this part of Scotland in the period around AD 900. The name means Lockard`s Farm in Old Norse. The presence of the remains of a Roman camp a mile to the west of the town suggests its origins may be even earlier. Lockerbie first entered recorded history, as.
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Lockerbie is a town in south-west Scotland. Lockerbie may also refer to: ...
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