Musa Kusa traced to Qatar resort
Libya's former foreign minister has been traced to a luxury resort in Qatar, according to reports.
Musa Kusa is believed to have been an intelligence officer at the time of the 1988 Lockerbie bomb atrocity in which 270 people were killed.
He made a high-profile defection to Britain in March and was interviewed by police and Scottish prosecutors investigating the bombing.
He left the country following an EU decision to lift sanctions against him, meaning he no longer faces travel restrictions or an asset freeze.
Kusa was traced by the BBC's Panorama programme, which is investigating allegations that he tortured political prisoners in Libya.
He declined to comment on the claims.
Kusa was head of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's intelligence agency from 1994 and a senior intelligence agent when PanAm flight 103 was blown up over Lockerbie.
The Boeing 747 jumbo jet was en route from London to New York when it exploded over the Dumfriesshire town, killing 243 passengers, 16 crew and 11 residents.
Libyan Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi was jailed for mass murder in 2001 but was returned to Tripoli in 2009 on compassionate grounds after doctors treating him for prostate cancer gave him an estimated three months to live. He is still alive.
There have also been calls for Kusa to be quizzed in relation to the murder of Pc Yvonne Fletcher, who was shot during a protest outside London's Libyan Embassy in 1984.