Up to 117 migrants might have died when a rubber dinghy capsized in the Mediterranean off Libya, survivors said.
Staring into the ‘bowels of hell’: Lockerbie disaster 30 years on and the ongoing transatlantic search for justice
In an exclusive interview marking the 30th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing, Michael Alexander speaks to an American terrorism expert whose university is marking the loss of 35 of its students in the attack - and hears the 'hellish' memories of several journalists who covered the aftermath.
MPs have urged the Chancellor to reveal whether the Government is collecting taxes on frozen Libyan assets.
Prosecutors are said to be closing in on two Libyans suspected of being involved in the Lockerbie bombing.
An independent assessor from a legal background is to be appointed to advance a compensation campaign by victims of Libyan-sponsored IRA violence, politicians in Northern Ireland have said.
A Libyan statesman, who served under former dictator Muammar Gaddafi, is accused of stealing millions from his country's government and ploughing it into projects around the world — including the redevelopment of Taymouth Castle.
The world faces a crisis of leadership highlighted by the Syrian gas attacks.