Facebook has removed the iconic image of a girl fleeing a Napalm attack during the Vietnam war from a post, on the grounds of nudity.
The editor of Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten, Espen Egil Hansenhas, said the entire post, which was about iconic war imagery, was later deleted and the account of the reporter behind it suspended.
"While we recognise that this photo is iconic, it's difficult to create a distinction between allowing a photograph of a nude child in one instance and not others," Facebook said in a statement.
"We try to find the right balance between enabling people to express themselves while maintaining a safe and respectful experience for our global community. Our solutions won't always be perfect, but we will continue to try to improve our policies and the ways in which we apply them."
(via the BBC)