Proposed U.N. Sanctions against Libyan Government over Terrorism: Lockerbie Move Towards Denouement

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Sunday, March 1, 1992
Volume: 
8
Issue: 
3
Pg. 107
Abstract: 
In the waning days of March, in response to the moves in the Lockerbie case by the Libyan Government of taking just enough action to avoid international sanctions, the United States, Britain and France are again pressing the proposed sanctions against Libya in the United Nations Security Council. Meanwhile, Libya is pressing the International Court of Justice to act and a dispute has occurred between Libya and the Arab League over the handover of the two accused persons…[more]