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July 4, 1993 | Associated Press
President Clinton will nominate Emory University President James T. Laney to be ambassador to South Korea, the White House has announced. Clinton also will nominate career Foreign Service officers Edward Perkins and Victor Tomseth to serve as ambassadors to Australia and Laos, respectively.
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July 4, 1993 | Associated Press
President Clinton will nominate Emory University President James T. Laney to be ambassador to South Korea, the White House has announced. Clinton also will nominate career Foreign Service officers Edward Perkins and Victor Tomseth to serve as ambassadors to Australia and Laos, respectively.
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October 13, 1989 | From Associated Press
Radical students armed with firebombs and tear gas briefly occupied part of U.S. Ambassador Donald P. Gregg's residence early today before riot police dragged them out, officials said. Police said six men belonging to an "anti-U.S. death squad" scaled the walls of Gregg's residential compound and hurled tear gas at guards who tried to stop them from rushing the home.
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November 11, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Prosecutors in Seoul indicted six radical students in connection with an attack on the U.S. ambassador's residence last month and ordered a nationwide manhunt for four other suspects. Government prosecutors said criminal charges were filed against Jung Chung Rae, a senior at Seoul's Konkuk University, and five others as a result of the Oct. 13 attack on the residence of U.S. Ambassador Donald Gregg in Seoul.
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November 11, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Prosecutors in Seoul indicted six radical students in connection with an attack on the U.S. ambassador's residence last month and ordered a nationwide manhunt for four other suspects. Government prosecutors said criminal charges were filed against Jung Chung Rae, a senior at Seoul's Konkuk University, and five others as a result of the Oct. 13 attack on the residence of U.S. Ambassador Donald Gregg in Seoul.
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October 13, 1989 | From Associated Press
Radical students armed with firebombs and tear gas briefly occupied part of U.S. Ambassador Donald P. Gregg's residence early today before riot police dragged them out, officials said. Police said six men belonging to an "anti-U.S. death squad" scaled the walls of Gregg's residential compound and hurled tear gas at guards who tried to stop them from rushing the home.
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