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A statuette of Takayama Ukon, a Christian daimyo exiled to the Philippines, has been presented to the lone surviving family member of a late Philippine president whose wife, three children and five relatives were slain by the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II.

Japanese priest Toru Nishimoto presented the 50-cm-high statuette to Victoria Quirino Delgado, 69, daughter of the late Elpidio Quirino, on Wednesday.

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