[What follows is an excerpt from a report published yesterday on the website of the Libya Herald:]
Court proceedings against former Foreign Minister Abdulati Ibrahim Al-Obeidi and former Secretary General of the General People’s Congress Mohammed Zwai have been adjourned yet again, for the fourth time.
The two were in court today, Monday, 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. However, after the court heard defense witnesses the judge decided to adjourn the trial until 4 February.
[Previous related blogposts can be found here and here and here.]