The samba school Unidos da Tijuca in the annual Brazilian Carnaval parade depicts the Nick Ut Pulitzer-prize winning photograph of a girl, Kim Phuc, whose clothes and skin were burned off in a napalm attack by U.S. forces during the Vietnam War.
The samba school Unidos da Tijuca in the annual Brazilian Carnaval parade depicts the Nick Ut Pulitzer-prize winning photograph of a girl, Kim Phuc, whose clothes and skin were burned off in a napalm attack by U.S. forces during the Vietnam War. Naomi Onaga / MCT
The samba school Unidos da Tijuca in the annual Brazilian Carnaval parade depicts the Nick Ut Pulitzer-prize winning photograph of a girl, Kim Phuc, whose clothes and skin were burned off in a napalm attack by U.S. forces during the Vietnam War. Naomi Onaga / MCT

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February 01, 2008 6:00 AM

Brazil's Carnaval pushes bounds of taste, weirdness

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