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Prime Minister Shukri Ghanim told The New York Times that Libya wants to be paid for turning over nuclear materials. Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi pledged in mid-December to give up his unconventional weapons programs and to open weapons sites to inspectors.
Ghanim told the Times that the North African country wants to "accelerate to the maximum" the dismantling of its unconventional weapons programs so that Libya could be declared free of the weapons in the next few months.
At the same time, Ghanim reiterated that his country won't have to pay the remaining $6 million to each family of the victims of the airliner bombing unless Washington lifts the sanctions that it imposed in 1986 by May 12.