CAMBODIA: And Now There Are Nine

CAMBODIA And Now There Are Nine

Like any good reporter, U.P.I. Correspondent Catherine M. Webb wanted to phone in the news. Emergingfrom the jungle along Cambodia's embattled Highway 4, the pretty New Zealander and five companions flagged down a Cambodian military vehicle and rode to a town 25 miles southwest of Phnom-Penh. There, Kate Webb—missing for 24 days and widely presumed dead —rang up U.P.I.'s office in the capital and told her startled and relieved colleagues that she was "alive and well."

On April 7, Kate, a Japanese cameraman, a Cambodian photographer and three Cambodian assistants vanished while covering some fierce...

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