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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
KUALA LUMPUR, Tues. - Looking a little wan after her X-ray session at the Chinese Maternity Hospital (CMH) here today, nine-year-old Iraqi Yasmine Wa'adi, who lost her legs when the United States-led forces bombed her home on April 9, broke into a smile for the small cluster of reporters who were waiting to see her.
Dressed in a fuchsia T-shirt and khaki pants with her hair in a pigtail, she looked like any other little girl, except for the air of bruised fragility about her.
Asked whether she liked Malaysia, Yasmine nodded shyly to interpreter Mothanna Faisal Ahmed and held a thumb up when asked how she liked …