Baby Doc

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Noun1.Baby Doc - son and successor of Francois Duvalier as president of Haiti; he was overthrown by a mass uprising in 1986 (born in 1951)
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1 Charles Manson was convicted of the Tate murders 2 Idi Amin seized power in Uganda 3 British newspaper The Daily Sketch ceased circulation 4 Baby Doc succeeded Papa Doc in Haiti impossipuzzles "You know Aunt Ada's got a new phone number, Dad," said Jeff.
Examples from recent history include Fidel Castro of Cuba, Idi Amin of Uganda, father-and-son Papa Doc and Baby Doc Duvalier of Haiti, Manuel Noriega of Panama, and Muammar Ghadafy of Libya.
'Baby Doc' Duvalier was president of which Caribbean country?
The teenaged daughter of an IRA assassin flees Northern Ireland only to end up in Baby Doc's terrifying Haiti.
occupation and Haiti's "second independence"; the Duvalier regimes of Papa Doc and Baby Doc; Aristide's three terms; the damaging effects of foreign-aid "development" projects; and the 2010 earthquake.
Added to this, the US supported the dictatorships of Papa Doc and Baby Doc Duvalier (1957-1986) in Haiti.
Other individuals named include the late Frantz Merceron, an associate of former Haitian president Jean Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier, and Rami Makhlouf, cousin of Syrian President Bashar Al Assad.
In which country did Papa Doc and Baby Doc have a reign of terror?
Neither side gained much support, and the once-feared dictator known as "Baby Doc" spent his late years in relative obscurity in the leafy hills above the Haitian capital.
The monstrous Haiti dictator Baby Doc Duvalier is dead following a heart attack.
FORMER Haiti dictator Baby Doc Duvalier died yesterday on the island where ruled in a 15-year reign of terror.
Another recent case is Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier, who took over as Haiti's dictator at 19 when his father "Papa Doc" died in 1971 and ruled it until he was overthrown by a popular revolt in 1986.