Oliver Willis

Flashback: Bush Made Reparations Agreement With Gaddafi

August 2008:

US and Libyan officials signed an agreement following “exhausting negotiations” which will allow for compensation of US victims of Libyan attacks in the 80s as well as Libyan victims of US reprisals.

Libya and the United States Thursday signed a compensation deal for victims of Libyan attacks and US reprisals, paving the way for full normalisation of ties between the two countries.
  
The agreement was signed by visiting US assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern affairs David Welch and Libyan deputy foreign minister Ahmad Fituri at the conclusion of a series of high level meetings.

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