FILE - In this Dec. 14, 1963 file photo, Malcolm Browne, Saigon correspondent for the Associated Press, poses in front of his photo of a Vietnamese Buddhist monk's fiery suicide after the image was selected as the world’s best news picture of the year at the Seventh World Press Photo contest in The Hague, Netherlands. Browne, acclaimed for his trenchant reporting of the Vietnam War and the famous photo that shocked the Kennedy White House into a critical policy re-evaluation, has died. He was 81. (AP Photo, File)

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FILE - In this Dec. 14, 1963 file photo, Malcolm Browne, Saigon correspondent for the Associated Press, poses in front of his photo of a Vietnamese Buddhist monk's fiery suicide after the image was selected as the world’s best news picture of the year at the Seventh World Press Photo contest in The Hague, Netherlands. Browne, acclaimed for his trenchant reporting of the Vietnam War and the famous photo that shocked the Kennedy White House into a critical policy re-evaluation, has died. He was 81. (AP Photo, File)
FILE - In this Dec. 14, 1963 file photo, Malcolm Browne, Saigon correspondent for the Associated Press, poses in front of his photo of a Vietnamese Buddhist monk's fiery suicide after the image was selected as the world’s best news picture of the year at the Seventh World Press Photo contest in The Hague, Netherlands. Browne, acclaimed for his trenchant reporting of the Vietnam War and the famous photo that shocked the Kennedy White House into a critical policy re-evaluation, has died. He was 81. (AP Photo, File)
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