Uta Flight

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UTA Flight 772
... UTA Flight 772 of the French airline Union des Transports Aériens was a scheduled flight operating from Brazzaville in the Republic of Congo, via N'Djamena in Chad, to Paris CDG ... altitude of 10,700 metres (35,100 ft), an explosion caused UTA Flight 772 to break up over the Sahara Desert near the towns of Bilma and Ténéré in Niger ...
France–Libya Relations - UTA Flight 772
... See also UTA Flight 772 French-Libyan relations deteriorated substantially in the aftermath of the 1989 UTA Flight 772 bombing ... On 19 September 1989, a McDonnell Douglas DC-10 airliner operated by French airline UTA (Union de Transports Aeriens) as UTA Flight 772, was destroyed by a bomb in the cargo hold, killing all 170 passengers and crew (i ... d'assise de Paris found six Libyans guilty of the attack and awarded the families of the UTA victims sums ranging from €3 000 to €30 000 depending on their relationship to the dead ...
Pan Am Flight 103 Conspiracy Theories - Alleged Framing of Libya - Recent Libyan History
... in absentia of the 1989 bombing of French UTA Flight 772 ... With remarkable parallels to the Lockerbie trial, the Paris court heard that UTA Flight 772 was brought down by a bomb triggered by a sophisticated ... At the end of the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing trial an international observer appointed by the United Nations, Hans Köchler, called the verdict a "spectacular miscarriage of justice" ...
Pan Am Flight 103 - Compensation From Libya
2007, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi said that the seven Libyans convicted for the Pan Am Flight 103 and the UTA Flight 772 bombings "are innocent" ... outstanding bilateral compensation claims, including those relating to UTA Flight 772, the 1986 Berlin discotheque bombing and Pan Am Flight 103 ... the 1986 Berlin discotheque bombing American victims of the 1989 UTA Flight 772 bombing and, Libyan victims of the 1986 US bombing of Tripoli and Benghazi ...

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