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A quarter-century after the Lockerbie bombing and two years after the death of the one man convicted in connection with the attack, one of the earliest theories about what really happened is back in the headlines – the claim that Iran, not Libya, was responsible for the deadliest act of terror ever on British soil.

The theory holds that Iran ordered the bombing, which brought down a Pan Am Boeing 747 over the Scottish town of Lockerbie in Dec. 1988, to avenge the accidental shooting down by a U.S. warship, just months earlier, of an Iranian passenger plane over the Persian Gulf.

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