Phan Thi Kim Phúc, known as “The Napalm Girl” because of a Vietnam War photograph of her as a child, addresses the congregation of Open Door Baptist Church in Lynnwood on Sunday morning. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Phan Thi Kim Phúc, known as “The Napalm Girl” because of a Vietnam War photograph of her as a child, addresses the congregation of Open Door Baptist Church in Lynnwood on Sunday morning. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

‘Napalm Girl’ no more: Iconic Vietnam War child shares faith

Kim Phúc, famous for being photographed naked and crying after a napalm attack, spoke at a Lynnwood church.

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