WATCHING GOVERNMENT LIBYA'S PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

With Patrick Crow from Washington, D.C. Increased U.N. Security Council sanctions against Libya took effect Dec. 1, and some diplomats expect the U.N. to take even tougher action later. The sanctions, prompted by the Qadaffi regime's refusal to extradite two suspects in the 1988 bombing of a Pan American jetliner over Scotland, freeze Libya's foreign assets and ban the sale of certain oil industry equipment to the country (OGJ, Nov. 22, Newsletter).

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