Japan's atom-bomb survivors reflect on legacy

Japan is the only nation to have been attacked with nuclear weapons. So, unsurprisingly, the threats between North Korea and the US have made the Japanese people and their government very edgy.

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    Japan is the only nation to have been attacked with nuclear weapons. So, unsurprisingly, the threats between North Korea and the United States have made the Japanese people and their government very edgy.

    Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports from Tokyo, where he spoke to families affected by the 1945 atomic bombs and about the current crisis.


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