The families of the Lockerbie bombing victims deserve to finally know what happened to their loved ones in the 1988 disaster, the Libyan Justice Minister told ITV News.
Salah Margani said: "In order to learn the lessons of history and give rest and assurances and comfort to the families of the victims - we should know everything about what happened to their loved ones during that terrible, terrible crime.
"I'm sure that all Libyans feel extremely ashamed that the name of Libya should, even in the time of Gaddafi, be connected to such a horrible crime."
Mr Margani also told ITV News that UK and US authorities would be allowed to question Muammar Gaddafi's former intelligence chief Abdullah Senussi over the Lockerbie bombing.
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