Viktor V. Grishin, 77, who headed the Communist Party in...

Deaths elsewhere

May 28, 1992

Viktor V. Grishin, 77, who headed the Communist Party in Moscow for nearly two decades and was among Mikhail S. Gorbachev's main rivals, died of a heart attack Monday in Moscow.

Philip Habib, 72, a career U.S. diplomat who helped arrange the Camp David summit and led the American delegation at the Vietnam cease-fire talks, died Monday of a heart attack during a private visit in France.

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