Pan Am 103 Families Condemn U.S.-Libya Business Association Meeting

Washington, November 5, 2007 - The U.S.-Libya Business Association today is holding its second annual conference on U.S.-Libya policy. Kara Weipz's brother Rick Monetti was one of 270 victims who died when Libyan terrorists bombed Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland in 1988.

Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) and Pan Am 103 Families Oppose Libya Seat on Security Council

October 16, 2007 - The United Nations is scheduled to vote today on Libya's membership to the Security Council. Following the conclusion of the UN General Assembly, unnamed senior U.S. officials stated that the U.S. would not block Libya's bid, a departure from its 15-year long effort to bar Libya from the Security Council.

2007 Syracuse Remembrance Ceremony and Annual Meeting

2:03 pm, Friday afternoon, October 26th, the Rose Laying ceremony will begin at the Wall of Remembrance on the Syracuse University campus. This will be followed by a convocation and reception also on campus. At 6:30 pm, Friday evening, we will have a dinner at the Syracuse Sheraton Hotel for any family/friends attending (everyone is responsible for their own meal charges). The annual membership meeting of the Victims of Pan Am Flight 103 will be at 10 am Saturday, October 27 in the SU Bird Library.

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Lockerbie Relatives Come Full Circle

BBC News | Lockerbie relatives come full circle

As relatives of the Lockerbie disaster victims gather for the 10th anniversary some express fears about how the bombing of Iraq might delay the handover of two Libyan suspects.

Families of the Lockerbie Bombing Demand Justice

Victims of Pan Am Flight 103 Call on Congress and Administration to Hold Libya Accountable

WASHINGTON, May 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Families of the victims of Pan Am Flight 103 today called on the Bush Administration to hold Libya fully accountable for an agreement the Libyan government reached with the victims' families three years ago. The families were joined by a bipartisan group of Representatives and Senators at a Capitol Hill press conference, after an afternoon meeting with State Department officials.

Libya removed from List of State Sponsors of Terrorism.

Statement by Kara Weipz, President, the Victims of Pan Am Flight 103, Inc. on Bush Administration announcement that it intends to remove Libya from the list of state sponsors of terrorism.

"We would like to respond to the Bush administration's announcement today that it intends to remove Libya from the Terrorist List.

"The Pan Am 103 Families have worked for years to hold Libya accountable and promote the fight against terrorism.

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