LOCKERBIE, Scotland (Reuters) – A simple wreath-laying and prayer service in Lockerbie on Friday marked 30 years since a jumbo jet was blown up over the small Scottish town, killing 270 people.
Pan Am flight 103 exploded on its way from London to New York a few days before Christmas in 1988, killing all 259 people on board and another 11 on the ground. It is the deadliest ever militant attack in Britain.
Lockerbie - English - Border - Population - People
Lockerbie, near the English border, with a population of just 4,000 people, has been synonymous with the tragedy ever since.
“Let us find hope and peace for all those...
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