Libya Bids to Escape Diplomatic Isolation Libya's leader Moammar Khaddafi hopes to regain international approval by accepting responsibility for terrorist bombings in the 1980s and compensating victims. As a result, U.N. sanctions are expected to be lifted soon, but there are still obstacles to Libya's re-integration into the international community. NPR's Nick Spicer reports.
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Libya Bids to Escape Diplomatic Isolation

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Libya Bids to Escape Diplomatic Isolation

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Libya Bids to Escape Diplomatic Isolation

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Libya's leader Moammar Khaddafi hopes to regain international approval by accepting responsibility for terrorist bombings in the 1980s and compensating victims. As a result, U.N. sanctions are expected to be lifted soon, but there are still obstacles to Libya's re-integration into the international community. NPR's Nick Spicer reports.