Armin Meyer, a former U.S. ambassador to Lebanon, Iran and Japan, died Aug. 13 in Washington, the New York Times reported Sunday. He was 92.
Meyer also presided over negotiations leading to the return of Japanese sovereignty over the island of Okinawa, which had been under U.S. control since the end of World War II.
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