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Hiroshima marks 75th anniversary of atomic attack

CBS News Thursday, 6 August 2020
"Could you please respond to our request to sign the Nuclear Weapons Prohibition Treaty?" Tomoyuki Mimaki, a member of a major survivors' group, Hidankyo, implored Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
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Hiroshima mayor urges nations to reject self-centred nationalism on 75th anniversary of attack that killed over 140,000.

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Japan marks 75th anniversary of Hiroshima atomic bomb with ceremony [Video]

Japan marks 75th anniversary of Hiroshima atomic bomb with ceremony

People in Japan are taking a moment to pause and remember the victims of the catastrophic event.View on euronews

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Survivors mark 75th anniversary of Hiroshima bomb [Video]

Survivors mark 75th anniversary of Hiroshima bomb

The dwindling number of witnesses to the world's first atomic bombing inHiroshima were among those marking the 75th anniversary of the slaughter.Hiroshima mayor Kazumi Matsui urged world leaders to more seriously commit tonuclear disarmament, pointing out Japan's failures. In a speech, Mr Matsuihighlighted what survivors feel is the hypocrisy of Japan's government, whichhosts 50,000 American troops and is protected by the US nuclear umbrella.

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Shinzo Abe Shinzo Abe 90th and 98th Prime Minister of Japan

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Japan's Yoshihide Suga was voted prime minister by parliament on Wednesday to become the country's first new leader in nearly eight years, appointing a new cabinet that kept about half of the familiar faces from predecessor Shinzo Abe's lineup. Emer McCarthy reports.

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