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Facebook says will remove fewer pictures, stories after Vietnam photo row

NEW YORK: Facebook will allow more content on its platform that it would have earlier removed because it violated its standards, a senior company executive said on Monday, following the controversy over the removal of an iconic Vietnam War photo. His comments come after a dispute in September between the company and Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg after Facebook deleted the photo of a naked girl fleeing a napalm attack, called "The Terror of War". "We have made a number of policy changes after The Terror of War…