Hiroshima

 
Bomb victims seek a world with no nukes
Bomb victims seek a world with no nukes
Seventy years later and more than 16 000km away, a group of atomic bombing survivors from Hiroshima and Nagasaki are campaigning for a...
The real nuclear threat
The real nuclear threat
Forty-three years ago last week, the great reporter, Wilfred Burchett, wrote his scoop of the century. "I write this as a warning to the world,"...
Sixty years and 242 437 lives later, Hiroshima remembers
Sixty years and 242 437 lives later, Hiroshima remembers
As they lay dying amid the ruins of their city, the victims of the Hiroshima bomb craved one thing above all -- water. On Saturday morning cups of...
'People no longer looked like human beings'
'People no longer looked like human beings'
A day before the United States dropped the world's first nuclear weapon on Hiroshima, Akie Yoshikawa remembered the sky was full of American B-29...
Hiroshima 60 years on: Children of Hiroshima
Hiroshima 60 years on: Children of Hiroshima
Seven-year-old Masaaki Tanabe spent that hot and humid summer playing in the gardens of the industrial promotion hall, beneath the striking green...
Tutu likens debt to nuclear war
Tutu likens debt to nuclear war
Archbishop Desmond Tutu urged Japan on Thursday to cancel debts of developing countries, likening their suffering to the devastation of the nuclear...

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