The World: And Now There Are Ten

As she walked toward a government position near Cambodia's embattled Highway 4 one day early in April, U.P.I. Correspondent Catherine Webb called to some fellow reporters, "I'm just going up to have a look." That was the last anyone saw or heard of the gentle, soft-voiced New Zealander. Minutes later, Communist mortars opened up on the Cambodian position, and when North Vietnamese regulars followed up with a savage ground attack, the surviving government troops ran for their lives.

Moving back into the overrun position, Cambodian troops recently came upon several bodies. One of them, found partially clothed in a shallow grave, with...

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