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Kim Phuc's (52)  an iconic photo from the Vietam War. 1972. Now she lives in near Toronto as a wife, mother and UN ambassador for peace.

Rewind: Where are they now? A photographer captured Kim Phuc after a napalm attack hurt her in South Vietnam. Now - decades later - she preaches forgiveness.

As captured in the Vietnam War's most iconic photo, Kim Phuc was seriously scarred for life by a napalm attack; now 52, she talks about healing and finding peace

​The girl in the picture

As captured in the Vietnam War's most iconic photo, Kim Phuc was seriously scarred for life by a napalm attack; now she talks about healing and finding peace

The KIM Foundation International : Healing Children of War

Healing Children of War

As the vanquished Hutus fled into Tanzania, they had to leave at the border the weapons with which they had committed the genocide, Rwanda, 1994.

When the World Turned Its Back: James Nachtwey's Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide

As the vanquished Hutus fled into Tanzania, they had to leave at the border the weapons with which they had committed the genocide, Rwanda,

Woman and dog save children during World War 2, Up for nobal piece prize

Woman and dog save children during World War 2, Up for nobal piece prize

The Pakistani education activist is the youngest person ever to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, which she was awarded in 2014 at the age of 17. (Photo: Marc Bushelle)

The Pakistani education activist is the youngest person ever to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, which she was awarded in 2014 at the age of (Photo: Marc Bushelle)

Neal Boenzi

King of the New York Streets

Neal Boenzi, one of The Times’s storied staff photographers, surrendered a trove of photos to be organized for a new exhibit, showcasing the career he made with his index finger.

Grow old with me the best is yet to be

i want to be this happy when i'm old. old people in love are so sweet & precious. i love it.

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