France makes belated call to bring Libyan spy chief to justice for 1989 airliner bombing

France calls for the extradition of former Libyan spy chief Abdullah Senussi for his part in a 1989 airliner bombing over Niger that killed 170 people.

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France said on Monday it wanted to try Libya's former spy chief, Abdullah al-Senussi, over a 1989 airliner bombing in Niger that killed 170 people including 54 French nationals, reports Reuters.