More than 30 years after the Lockerbie bombing, Libya is considering extraditing a man wanted by the United States in connection with the attack.
270 people died when a PanAm plane was blown up over Scotland, just before Christmas in 1988. It remains the worst terror attack on British soil.
In 2003 Libya accepted responsibility and now the Libyan foreign minister has told the BBC it is very open to collaborating on the question of extradition.
Mishal Husain presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Orla Guerin in Libya.
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