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Air Crash Victims Sue Libya For $2 Billion

WASHINGTON (CN) - Estates of 10 people killed in the Dec. 27, 1985 Rome airport attack at El Al ticket counter demand $100 million apiece from the government of Libya. La Reunion Aerienne, a French insurance company, demands $100 million for the midair destruction of UTA Flight 772 over Niger on Sept. 19, 1989. Interlease Inc. demands $700 from Libya for the UTS 772 bombing. All three complaints were filed in Federal Court.

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