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FBI arrests man accused of making 1988 Lockerbie bomb



U.S. and Scottish law enforcement officials have confirmed that Abu Agila Mohammad Mas’ud Kheir Al-Marimi, who is accused of making the bomb that blew up a flight over Lockerbie in Scotland in 1988, has been taken into custody.

A man accused of making the bomb that blew up a flight over Lockerbie in Scotland in 1988 is in custody, Scottish and U.S. law enforcement officials say.

The attack on Pan Am flight 103 killed all 259 people on board and 11 people on the ground, and is the deadliest ever militant attack in Britain.

A U.S. Justice Department official confirmed on Sunday that Abu Agila Mohammad Mas’ud Kheir Al-Marimi had been taken into custody.

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He is expected to make his initial court appearance in a federal court in Washington D.C.

A spokesperson for Scotland’s Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service said the families of those killed in the Lockerbie bombing had been informed.

In 2001 Libyan intelligence operative Abdel Baset Ali al-Megrahi was found guilty of the bombing and jailed for life.

He was later released because he was suffering from cancer and died in 2012.

Scottish prosecutors have maintained that Megrahi did not act alone.

In 2020 the United States unsealed criminal charges against Mas’ud, a suspected third conspirator, adding that he had worked as a technical expert in building explosive devices.

Ahron Young is an award winning journalist who has covered major news events around the world. Ahron is the Managing Editor and Founder of TICKER NEWS.

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Daylight reveals full extent of destruction in Turkey



A massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake has shaken the country

Daylight is revealing the full scale of destruction following a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake in central Turkey.

The massive quake occurred at a depth of 10 kilometres, near heavily populated areas.

The death toll has now surpassed 100 and authorities warn this number will only rise.

As snow fell, residents were forced to find shelter on the streets.

The tremor was so significant it was felt felt in Cyprus, Lebanon and Syria.

The governor of Turkey’s southeastern province has taken to Twitter, saying his region has a number of destroyed buildings – urging people to move to safe locations.

This footage shows a survivor being pulled from the rubble. #trending #featured

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Beyoncé reins supreme at 65th Grammy Awards



Beyoncé has broken the record for most wins ever

Beyoncé has reminded us all once again why she truly is the Queen Bee – breaking the record for the most Grammy Award wins of all time.

Trying not to be emotional, the singer thanked her family, including her late uncle Jonny.

Jonny helped make her stage outfits before she rose to fame while also introducing her to much of the sonic influences we hear on Renaissance.

Know as “music’s biggest night”, the Grammys are the industry’s most prestigious awards.

Adele, Harry Styles, Taylor Swift, Lizzo, Shania Twain and Stevie Wonder were just some of the stars in attendance.

Speaking of Harry, he won best pop album for Harry’s House.

Dressed in a white tux, Styles received his award with a kiss from Jennifer Lopez. #trending #featured

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TikTok could be banned in the United States



TikTok in the firing line after Chinese balloon was shot down

China has hit back at the U.S. after officials shot down a suspected Chinese spy balloon off the coast of South Carolina.

Washington says it was being used to monitor strategic sites.

But Beijing rejects this – claiming the balloon was a civilian airship used to monitor the weather.

The incident is just the latest in a long line of diplomatic disputes between the two countries.

Now, TikTok could be banned in the U.S. in the wake of the incident.

Republicans are now pushing for Washington to distance itself from the Beijing-based app. #trending #featured

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