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Lawmakers Question Libya's Reform

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Lawmakers Question Libya's Reform

Lawmakers Question Libya's Reform

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Since Libya accepted responsibility for the 1998 bombing of Pan Am flight 103 and agreed to give up its banned weapons program, the U.S. government has rewarded Moammar Gadhafi's regime with a series of concessions meant to help re-establish diplomatic and business ties. But some U.S. lawmakers doubt the sincerity of Libya's reforms. Hear NPR's Michele Kelemen.

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