Pan Am World Airways liquidation trust said last week it soon would receive $30 million from the Libyan government, to be paid out to 15,000 former Pan Am employees and other creditors by year end, as part of a settlement reached last year in which Libya acknowledged its involvement in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Scotland.
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