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Full Report: American university marks Lockerbie bombing anniversary

The American University which lost 35 students in the Lockerbie bombing is commemorating the 25th anniversary of the disaster at a special ceremony today.

The students were among the 270 people killed when Flight Pan Am 103 was blown up in 1988.

Our reporter, Matthew Taylor, has been at Syracuse University and sent this report.

Watch it in full below.

Lunchtime Report: American university remembers Lockerbie bombing

The Solicitor General in Scotland says that prosecutors involved in the Lockerbie disaster are preparing for "the next step" in their attempt to bring more people to justice.

Lesley Thomson was speaking at a memorial for the victims at Syracuse University in the United States - It lost 35 of its students in the 1988 bombing of Pan AM Flight 103.

Watch the lunchtime report from Matthew Taylor below.


University aims to grow Lockerbie archive

A group have travelled thousands of miles from America to gather material on the Lockerbie disaster ahead of the 25th anniversary commemorations in December.

The team are from Syracuse University, which lost 35 people when Flight Pan Am 103 was blown up.

Cara Howe is the Assistant Archivist at the University and explains what the group will be doing during their week: