Fifteen years ago, Pan Am Flight 103 blew up over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing all 259 people on board and 11 more on the ground. A deal has been reached with the families of the victims to provide restitution and settle responsibility for the bombing. NPR's Neal Conan leads a discussion on the settlement and its implications.
*NPR Diplomatic Correspondent
*International Lawyer and Professor of International Relations at George Washington University
*President of The Victims of Pan Am Flight 103
*President of SOS-Attentats (French victims group that once reached a settlement with Libya).
*Professor of Strategic Studies at Georgetown Univeristy
*Former Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs
*Middle East Bureau Chief for Time magazine
*Interviewed Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi for Time.com
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