UN Set To Lift Libya Sanctions As France Agrees UTA Flight Compensation Deal
The UN Security Council is set to approve a resolution that will permanently remove UN sanctions on Libya, clearing the way for compensation payments to families of the victims of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing. At MEES press time on 12 September, Security Council members were thought likely to approve the resolution later in the day. The likely lifting of UN sanctions comes after...
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