A court in Scotland has rejected an appeal by the family of a Libyan man found guilty of the bombing of an airliner over the town of Lockerbie more than 30 years ago.
Abdelbaset al-Megrahi - who died in 2012 - always maintained his innocence, and his relatives have been trying to clear his name.
Their lawyers questioned the reliability of some of the evidence used to convict Megrahi, and argued that the disclosure of certain documents could have led to a different verdict.
But this was rejected by five of Scotland's most senior judges.
A total of 270 people died in the bombing of the Pan Am aircraft, making it the deadliest terror attack in British history.