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June 15, 1998 | Associated Press
President Clinton said he will nominate three career diplomats to ambassadorial posts in Georgia, Latvia and Turkmenistan. Kenneth Spence Yalowitz of Reston, Va., a career diplomat, was named to be ambassador to the Republic of Georgia. James Howard Holmes of Springfield, Va., was selected for the post in Latvia. Holmes is the State Department's coordinator for Eastern European assistance. Steven Robert Mann of Philadelphia, a career diplomat, was picked to be ambassador to Turkmenistan.
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June 15, 1998 | Associated Press
President Clinton said he will nominate three career diplomats to ambassadorial posts in Georgia, Latvia and Turkmenistan. Kenneth Spence Yalowitz of Reston, Va., a career diplomat, was named to be ambassador to the Republic of Georgia. James Howard Holmes of Springfield, Va., was selected for the post in Latvia. Holmes is the State Department's coordinator for Eastern European assistance. Steven Robert Mann of Philadelphia, a career diplomat, was picked to be ambassador to Turkmenistan.
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January 6, 1994 | Times Wire Services
A Georgian accused of murdering a U.S. diplomat went on trial Wednesday and confessed to the killing, an official at the republic's Supreme Court said. The diplomat, Fred Woodruff, was killed Aug. 8 last year by a single bullet to the head while traveling in a car with Georgian leader Eduard A. Shevardnadze's security chief. U.S. officials later acknowledged that Woodruff had been working for the CIA.
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January 6, 1994 | Times Wire Services
A Georgian accused of murdering a U.S. diplomat went on trial Wednesday and confessed to the killing, an official at the republic's Supreme Court said. The diplomat, Fred Woodruff, was killed Aug. 8 last year by a single bullet to the head while traveling in a car with Georgian leader Eduard A. Shevardnadze's security chief. U.S. officials later acknowledged that Woodruff had been working for the CIA.
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