[What follows is taken from a report published earlier this week in the Libya Herald:]
Also in court today in a separate case were former foreign minister Abdel-Ati al-Obeidi and former Secretary General of the General People’s Congress Mohammed Zwai. They are accused in connection with the $2.7 billion in compensation payments for families of those killed in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, charges they both deny.
The case, already adjourned, was also again adjouned, until 7 January.
[Background material can be found in this blog post.]