Japanese WWII straggler hid in Guam’s jungle for nearly 8 years

Kazuo Hoshi, 87, trekked with researchers searching for Japanese remains to repatriate them decades after World War II. Masako Watanabe/PDN ASAN, Guam — Hiking up the Asan hillside on a sunny Wednesday, 87-year-old Kazuo Hoshi barely broke a sweat. ”
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