FILE - This Feb. 24, 1965 file photo shows Malcolm Browne, Associated Press correspondent in Saigon, South Vietnam. Browne, acclaimed for his trenchant reporting of the Vietnam War and a photo of a Buddhist monk's suicide by fire 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 - This Feb. 24, 1965 file photo shows Malcolm Browne, Associated Press correspondent in Saigon, South Vietnam. Browne, acclaimed for his trenchant reporting of the Vietnam War and a photo of a Buddhist monk's suicide by fire that shocked the Kennedy White House into a critical policy re-evaluation, has died. He was 81. (AP Photo, File)
FILE - This Feb. 24, 1965 file photo shows Malcolm Browne, Associated Press correspondent in Saigon, South Vietnam. Browne, acclaimed for his trenchant reporting of the Vietnam War and a photo of a Buddhist monk's suicide by fire that shocked the Kennedy White House into a critical policy re-evaluation, has died. He was 81. (AP Photo, File)
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