David Cameron: Lockerbie police to visit Libya

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British Prime Minister David Cameron is on a surprise visit to Libya, where he is holding talks with his Libyan counterpart to discuss security.

Speaking in Tripoli, Mr Cameron also said police investigating the Lockerbie bombing would be visiting Libya for the first time since the fall of the Gaddafi regime.

Mr Cameron is in Tripoli just one week after the British Foreign Office warned of a potential threat to its embassy in Libya.

Naomi Grimley reports.

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