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January 9, 1990 | From Associated Press
Hundreds of radical students burned effigies of U.S. Ambassador Donald Gregg and President Roh Tae Woo on Monday in the southern city of Kwangju to protest the envoy's visit, news reports said. A separate group of 100 protesters threw human excrement and tear gas powder at a police station near the U.S. Cultural Center residence that Gregg visited, the reports said. Gregg, who apparently did not see the protests, was the first U.S.
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January 9, 1990 | From Associated Press
Hundreds of radical students burned effigies of U.S. Ambassador Donald Gregg and President Roh Tae Woo on Monday in the southern city of Kwangju to protest the envoy's visit, news reports said. A separate group of 100 protesters threw human excrement and tear gas powder at a police station near the U.S. Cultural Center residence that Gregg visited, the reports said. Gregg, who apparently did not see the protests, was the first U.S.
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May 20, 1988 | KARL SCHOENBERGER, Times Staff Writer
Thousands of student demonstrators clashed Thursday with riot policemen in central Seoul, hurling firebombs and rocks and attacking a U.S. Embassy annex in one of the most violent protests in South Korea in several months. As the demonstrations continued today, radical students scaled the walls of the main U.S. Embassy compound to throw at least three small bombs. Police said the bombs exploded but did not cause any injuries or damage.
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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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May 20, 1988 | KARL SCHOENBERGER, Times Staff Writer
Thousands of student demonstrators clashed Thursday with riot policemen in central Seoul, hurling firebombs and rocks and attacking a U.S. Embassy annex in one of the most violent protests in South Korea in several months. As the demonstrations continued today, radical students scaled the walls of the main U.S. Embassy compound to throw at least three small bombs. Police said the bombs exploded but did not cause any injuries or damage.
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