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  • Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

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Sentences

Sentences forUTA Flight 772

  • The result was Gaddafi's lingering animosity against the two countries which led to Libyan support for the bombings of Pan Am Flight 103 and UTA Flight 772.Pan Am Flight 103-Wikipedia
  • Subsequent to the founding of the National Front for the Salvation of Libya, el-Magariaf is one of few people who knew he was targeted by Gaddafi's bombing of UTA Flight 772 in 1989.Mohammed Magariaf-Wikipedia
  • Of these accidents and incidents, it has been involved in nine hijackings resulting in one death and a bombing resulting in 170 occupant fatalities.McDonnell Douglas DC-10-Wikipedia
  • Interviewed by French newspaper Le Figaro on 7 December 2007, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi said that the seven Libyans convicted for the Pan Am Flight 103 and the UTA Flight 772 bombings "are innocent".Pan Am Flight 103-Wikipedia
  • A monument to UTA Flight 772, a 200-foot diameter circle of dark stones and 170 broken mirrors which represent each victim of the terrorist attack which brought down the aircraft, was built in May and June 2007 at 16°51′53″N 11°57′13″E.Ténéré-Wikipedia
  • Interviewed by French newspaper Le Figaro on 7 December 2007, Gaddafi said that the seven Libyans convicted for the Pan Am Flight 103 and the UTA Flight 772 bombings "are innocent".Saif al-Islam Gaddafi-Wikipedia

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