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'Napalm Girl’ in AP Photo Undergoes Treatment

In the photograph that made Kim Phuc a living symbol of the Vietnam War, the 9-year-old runs toward the camera, napalm melting her skin. More than 40 years later she has a new chance to heal, and by her side, the man who took the iconic photo. (Oct. 25)

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