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'Napalm Girl' wounds healed with free laser treatment

Kim Phuc Phan Thi, known to many as "Napalm Girl", has scars treated by laser surgeon in Miami
euronews

Vietnam War’s ‘Napalm Girl’ gets pain relief from laser treatment

Phan Thi Kim Phuc, now 53, said she had resigned herself to live with the scars and pain her whole life, until she saw a TV program about Dr. Jill Waibel’s laser treatments. Waibel, who runs Miami..
Seattle Times

Videos for "Napalm Girl"

News video: Facebook Apologizes For “Accidentally” Banning Breast Cancer Video

Facebook Apologizes For “Accidentally” Banning Breast Cancer Video 01:14

Facebook is apologizing after the compoany removed a Swedish Cancer Society animated video for showing a woman checking her breasts. Maria Mercedes Galuppo (@mariamgaluppo) has more.
Source: Veuer -

News video: Facebook Censors Breast Cancer Ad, Receives Backlash

Facebook Censors Breast Cancer Ad, Receives Backlash 01:05

Facebook removed a Swedish breast cancer awareness ad, and the move did not go over well.
Source: Newsy Studio -

News video: People Want Facebook to Have a Human Editor

People Want Facebook to Have a Human Editor 01:25

Facebook has had problems with its algorithm for trending topics. But switching back to humans might not be the answer.
Source: Newsy Trending -

News video: Facebook backs down over 'Napalm girl' photo

Facebook backs down over 'Napalm girl' photo 01:25

Facebook has reinstated the iconic photograph of a naked girl fleeing a napalm attack during the Vietnam War. The u-turn came after the editor of Norway’s largest newspaper, Aftenposten, published an..
Source: euronews (in English) -

News video: Facebook U-turn: 'Napalm girl' photo permitted

Facebook U-turn: 'Napalm girl' photo permitted 02:13

Norway's Prime Minister has stepped into a row between Facebook and a national newspaper over censorship. Erna Solberg says Facebook was wrong to remove an iconic war photo of a naked screaming girl..
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

 

How mobile video is changing the way we witness crime

NEW YORK (AP) — Mobile video is changing the way we witness crime, from live footage of a mentally disabled man tortured by four assailants , to a recording that led to the manslaughter conviction of..
SFGate

80 injured in Australia music festival stampede

*Canberra:* At least 80 people were hurt in a stampede at a music festival in the Australian city of Lorne near Melbourne. Out of the 80 injured late Friday, 36 were admitted to hospitals, including..
Mid-Day

Jeremy Hunt wants to ban teenage sexting

Jeremy Hunt has suggested banning the sending of sexually explicit messages - otherwise known as sexting - by those under 18.  In evidence given to the commons health committee on suicide..
City A.M.

VeTeRaN'S DaY 2016...

veteran's day 2016...
Today is veteran's day. Following Tuesday's election result, I received a thank you email from, Ray Jason, a regular Zero Hedge reader who blogs under the nom de plume, the Sea Gypsy..
Zero Hedge

Instagram tests new online shopping feature

Instagram on Tuesday said it will start testing features that let smartphone or tablet users easily buy items they find on the popular photo and video sharing service. The test slated to begin next..
DNA

Facebook says will remove fewer pictures, stories after Napalm girl outrage

According to Facebook, the company has made several changes to its policy post outrage over them removing an iconic Vietnam War photo.
DNA

Facebook 'still fails Napalm girl test', says Aftenposten

facebook 'still fails napalm girl test', says aftenposten
Facebook is relaxing its rules on removing "newsworthy" material that violates its policies, but one newspaper editor says this is not enough.
BBC News

5 things to know on Monday, Oct. 24, 2016

The man convicted of killing Victoria Stafford is asking for a new trial; the deadline approaches for the EU to break the deadlock over a landmark free trade deal with Canada; New Brunswick's Court of..
CTV News

'Napalm girl' Kim Phuc was 'saddened' when Facebook banned iconic photo

The woman who became known around the world as “napalm girl” after appearing in one of the most iconic photos of the Vietnam War, is speaking out after Facebook temporarily banned the image earlier..
CTV News

Facebook to allow graphic posts if 'newsworthy'

Facebook is taking steps to avoid a repeat of last month's Napalm Girl controversy, while potentially opening itself up to a new headache.
CNNMoney Also reported by •CNN.com

Facebook will allow 'newsworthy' graphic content in timelines

Facebook rightly came under fire for censoring the iconic, Pulitzer-winning "napalm girl" photo THe Terror of War not that long ago. Now, the social network is altering its course as a direct result...
engadget Also reported by •TUAW

Facebook says it will stop censoring ‘newsworthy’ posts and images

facebook says it will stop censoring ‘newsworthy’ posts and images
A few weeks ago Facebook faced widespread backlash over its decision to ban a historic Vietnam war photo often referred to as “Napalm girl.” The company apologized, and now it’s changing its..
The Next Web

Facebook Is Apologizing For Censorship ... Again

facebook is apologizing for censorship ... again
Watch VideoFacebook is once again apologizing for censoring content, and this time, it's for an animated video about breast cancer. For breast cancer awareness month, Cancerfonden — a Swedish..
Newsy


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