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November 1, 1989
The last time an American President met at sea with a world-renowned foreign leader was in August, 1941, when President Franklin D. Roosevelt conferred with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill aboard a British warship in Placenta Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. The three-day meeting, which ended Aug. 12, was held during Britain's darkest hours in World War II.
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November 1, 1989
The last time an American President met at sea with a world-renowned foreign leader was in August, 1941, when President Franklin D. Roosevelt conferred with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill aboard a British warship in Placenta Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. The three-day meeting, which ended Aug. 12, was held during Britain's darkest hours in World War II.
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February 17, 1988 | TYLER MARSHALL, Times Staff Writer
William Quinn, the first American to be returned to Britain for trial under a 1986 Anglo-American extradition treaty, was convicted Tuesday of killing a London policeman 13 years ago and sentenced to life in prison. Quinn, 40, a San Francisco native, was convicted of shooting Constable Stephen Tibble, 21, on a London street in February, 1975, after being stopped by policemen investigating burglaries.
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February 17, 1988 | TYLER MARSHALL, Times Staff Writer
William Quinn, the first American to be returned to Britain for trial under a 1986 Anglo-American extradition treaty, was convicted Tuesday of killing a London policeman 13 years ago and sentenced to life in prison. Quinn, 40, a San Francisco native, was convicted of shooting Constable Stephen Tibble, 21, on a London street in February, 1975, after being stopped by policemen investigating burglaries.
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