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May 10, 1990 | Reuters
The government said Wednesday that its ambassador to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Guy de Muyser, resigned in the wake of U.S. intelligence allegations that he passed information to Moscow. Foreign Minister Jacques Poos announced the resignation in a statement to Parliament. A NATO spokesman in Brussels said he did not know how serious the security breaches were. De Muyser, 64, had been Luxembourg's ambassador to NATO and Belgium since March 10, 1986.
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May 10, 1990 | Reuters
The government said Wednesday that its ambassador to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Guy de Muyser, resigned in the wake of U.S. intelligence allegations that he passed information to Moscow. Foreign Minister Jacques Poos announced the resignation in a statement to Parliament. A NATO spokesman in Brussels said he did not know how serious the security breaches were. De Muyser, 64, had been Luxembourg's ambassador to NATO and Belgium since March 10, 1986.
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February 26, 1990 | RONALD L. SOBLE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One-time fugitive Darnell Garcia, the former U.S. narcotics agent who is a principal defendant in a major drug corruption scandal, has been quietly extradited to Los Angeles from Luxembourg, The Times learned Sunday. Garcia, his hands and legs shackled and dressed in a blue pinstriped suit, was turned over to five U.S. marshals by Luxembourg police Friday, according to Mark Pirtle, one of the marshals who accompanied Garcia on the trip back to Los Angeles.
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