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December 31, 1998 | Associated Press
In a symbolic move, a Libyan prosecutor Wednesday ordered the arrest of nine American officials allegedly behind the 1986 bombing of two Libyan cities, a news agency reported. Among those on the list is the late William Casey, the former director of the CIA, Egypt's Middle East News Agency reported. Former President Reagan, who ordered the bombing, was not on the list, it said. The announcement came as Libya is maneuvering over U.S.
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December 31, 1998 | Associated Press
In a symbolic move, a Libyan prosecutor Wednesday ordered the arrest of nine American officials allegedly behind the 1986 bombing of two Libyan cities, a news agency reported. Among those on the list is the late William Casey, the former director of the CIA, Egypt's Middle East News Agency reported. Former President Reagan, who ordered the bombing, was not on the list, it said. The announcement came as Libya is maneuvering over U.S.
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February 8, 1997 | MARY WILLIAMS WALSH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Almost 11 years after two U.S. servicemen and a Turkish woman were killed in a terrorist bombing of a discotheque popular with Americans here, German prosecutors said Friday that they have charged five suspects and will put them on trial this summer. The extent of Libya's role in the bombing will also be under scrutiny, said Dieter Neumann, Berlin's top prosecutor, explaining that he hopes to prove a case of state-sponsored terrorism.
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February 8, 1997 | MARY WILLIAMS WALSH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Almost 11 years after two U.S. servicemen and a Turkish woman were killed in a terrorist bombing of a discotheque popular with Americans here, German prosecutors said Friday that they have charged five suspects and will put them on trial this summer. The extent of Libya's role in the bombing will also be under scrutiny, said Dieter Neumann, Berlin's top prosecutor, explaining that he hopes to prove a case of state-sponsored terrorism.
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