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By Chris Dyer For Mailonline. The striking image of a nine-year-old girl running naked from a napalm attack during the Vietnam war has been voted the most powerful news image of the last 50 years in a new survey. The horrific photograph, taken by photographer Nick Ut of Kim Phuc, was published around the world and is credited for having helped end the conflict in Vietnam. It was chosen by 37 per cent of British voters in a new survey as the hardest hitting news image of the last five decades. Second on the list with 35 per cent was the heart-breaking and harrowing image of three-year-old Syrian Aylan Kurdi's lifeless body washed up on a beach in Turkey. Aylan's family had left Bodrum in Turkey on September 2, , hoping to get to the Greek island of Kos but their small boat capsized just 30 minutes into their journey. In joint third place were pictures of Nelson Mandela being freed from prison after 20 years in , Buzz Aldrin on the Moon in and one protester confronting a Chinese tank on Tiananmen Square in
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THE chilling image of a Vietnamese girl running naked from a napalm attack has topped the list of the most powerful news images that have shocked and amazed the world. The harrowing photo of nine-year-old Kim Phuc was published around the world and is credited for having helped end the Vietnam war. In the photo, Kim, her brother and cousins sprint down the road after a South Vietnamese plane accidentally dropped its flaming napalm on its own troops and civilians.