THE PHILIPPINES: The General and Rosalinda

At Manila's Torres High School Refugee Camp one day last week, eleven-year-old Rosalinda Andoy washed her face and hands carefully, combed her straight black hair with a part on the side, put on her best pink dress. Then she was taken across the hot, wrecked city to the high-ceMnged ballroom where Japan's General Tomoyuki Yamashita was on trial for war crimes committed by his troops. She sat gravely in the witness chair, tried to tilt her dangling feet to keep her sandals from falling off, and told why she was an orphan....

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