Herve Alphand, 86, an aide to Charles de Gaulle during...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

January 19, 1994

Herve Alphand, 86, an aide to Charles de Gaulle during World War II and France's ambassador to the United States from 1956 until 1965, died Jan. 13 in Paris. He joined de Gaulle's government-in-exile as director of economic affairs, based first in London and later in Algeria. After the war, he became the Foreign Ministry's top economics official.

Chung Il-kwon, 77, former prime minister of South Korea, died of cancer Monday at a hospital in Hawaii. In the 1960s and '70s, he was ambassador to the United States, foreign minister and prime minister under the strongman Park Chung-hee, who seized power in a 1961 coup.

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