Ranking black diplomat flies to Africa to help end civil war in Zaire

April 1997
Jet;04/21/97, Vol. 91 Issue 22, p38
Announces George Moose, the first black United States assistant secretary of state for Africa, as flying to Zaire for an emergency mini-summit on the crisis in Zaire in early 1997. What his current assignment involves; Background on Moose.


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