US lifts Libya travel ban, encourages deeper ties
By Terence Hunt, Associated Press, 2/27/2004
WASHINGTON -- The United States lifted a longstanding ban on travel to Libya yesterday and invited American companies to begin planning their return, after Moammar Khadafy's government affirmed that it was responsible for the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 in 1988.
The administration also encouraged Libya to establish an official presence in Washington by opening an "interests section," a diplomatic office a classification beneath an embassy. And Washington will expand its diplomatic presence in Tripoli.
Friday, February 27
Springtime In Libya
Take the kids to Tripoli this year. Whee.
Posted by Howard Hoffman at 12:57 AM