Diplomats and activists are reviving efforts to scrap nuclear weapons, but the odds against them may be getting longer.
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An Obama visit to Hiroshima would signal to the world the US commitment to non-proliferation and disarmament.
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Japan09 Aug 2015 19:33 GMT
Japanese PM pledges future free of nuclear weapons as Nagasaki commemorates 70th anniversary of atomic bombing.
Asia Pacific07 Aug 2015 04:27 GMT
Japanese city marks the 70th anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing that killed 140,000 people in 1945.
Inside Story07 Aug 2015 00:05 GMT
Tens of thousands in Hiroshima mourn the 70th anniversary of the nuclear bomb attack.
Politics06 Aug 2015 07:38 GMT
A total ban on use has been a traditional reaction to particularly cruel weapons of war; now it's nuclear weapons' turn.
War & Conflict06 Aug 2015 06:44 GMT
This week the world remembers the fateful attack on Hiroshima and Nagasaki that changed the world forever.
War06 Aug 2015 03:32 GMT
The moment 70 years ago when US president announced that the US had unleashed the world's first atomic bomb.
Asia06 Aug 2015 03:20 GMT
Eighty-nine-year-old man recalls the terror and the trauma when the atomic bomb fell on Japanese city 70 years ago.
War & Conflict05 Aug 2015 11:53 GMT
Seventy years after the first atom bomb was used in war, debate continues over its necessity and morality.
Japan06 Aug 2011 08:58 GMT
Decades after the atomic bomb was dropped, survivor Keijiro Matsushima tells of a day of death and destruction.
by J Berkshire Miller
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