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Families demand answers 30 years after Lockerbie bombing killed 190 Americans

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The bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 on Dec. 21, 1988, which took the lives of 270 victims including 35 Syracuse University students heading home for the holidays, still poses unanswered questions for victims’ families — and the son of the only man convicted of the atrocity. ITV News’ Peter Smith reports.