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 Lockerbie Trial Monday, 6 January, 2003, 11:28 GMT
The decision to allow the BBC to televise the Lockerbie bomber's appeal is hailed as an Lockerbie appeal to be screened
The decision to allow the BBC to televise and stream the Lockerbie appeal is hailed as an "important step" by a legal expert.
Freed Lockerbie suspect Al Amin Fhimah (left) with Muammar Gaddafi Libya in ferment over Lockerbie
The BBC's James Robbins reflects on a tumultuous week for Libya, which is sending out mixed signals after the Lockerbie verdict.
 How the Lockerbie inquiry unfolded
The probe into the Lockerbie bombing required luck before an incredible forensic investigation could begin to point the finger of suspicion.
Lord Sutherland The men in robes
These are the Scottish judges who decided the guilt and innocence of the two Lockerbie accused.
Lockerbie graphic Lockerbie milestones
Coverage of reaction to the Lockerbie trial verdict, plus key moments as broadcast in audio and video by the BBC.
 Analysis: Gaddafi keeps West guessing
British and American diplomats face an uphill task unravelling conflicting messages from Libya after the Lockerbie trial.
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Looking back at Lockerbie
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BBC coverage of Lockerbie
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Follow the chronology of the Lockerbie trial and appeal
Trial timeline



Palestinian connection


Are the answers satisfactory? Robin Lustig investigates
Lockerbie: The truth


The full Lockerbie judgement on the Scottish Court Service websiteFull judgement
Read the judgement in the Lockerbie appeal

How the Lockerbie crash became the UK's biggest mass murder inquiryTrail to trial
How the crash became a murder inquiry

BBC diplomatic correspondent Barney Mason charts the road to the Lockerbie trialDiplomatic road
The talks that created legal history

UK Air Accident Investigations Branch full inquiry reportInquiry findings
The experts' full conclusions on the crash

Dr Jim Swire tells BBC News Online of his hopes for the trialFather's fight
Jim Swire's quest for justice after Lockerbie

Lockerbie bombing
Images from the disaster
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