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In Hiroshima, Pope Francis condemns 'crime' of nukes
Pope Francis on Sunday described the use of nuclear bombs as "a crime", as he took his appeal for an end to atomic weapons to Hiroshima in an emotional meeting with survivors.
Hiroshima-Iran Love & Peace Film Festival held in Japan
The sixth edition of 'Hiroshima-Iran Love & Peace Film Festival' was held in the Japanese city Hiroshima, screening a number of Iranian and Japanese films for seven days.
Japan urges world to rid of nukes on Hiroshima anniversary
Japan marked the 71st anniversary of the US atomic bombing of Hiroshima on Saturday as its mayor urged world leaders to follow in US President Barack Obama's footsteps and visit, and ultimately rid the world of nuclear arms.
Hiroshima survivors' art held in UK to be returned to Japan
Paintings by pupils who survived a World War Two atomic attack are to be returned to Japan by the man who looked after them 'for many decades'.
Obama in Hiroshima calls for world free of nuclear weapons
US President Barack Obama has called for a world without nuclear weapons during a historic visit to Hiroshima, Japan, where the United States dropped the first atomic bomb nearly 71 years ago.
Hiroshima protesters to Obama: ‘You are not welcome here’
Residents in Hiroshima greeted US President Barack Obama with protests at the site of the world’s first atomic bombing conducted by the US more than 70 years ago.
I will not apologize for Hiroshima, Nagasaki atomic bombings
US President Barack Obama says he will not apologize to Japan over the 1945 US atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, emphasizing that improving mutual ties will instead be the focus of his upcoming trip to the country.
Obama to visit Hiroshima, where US dropped first atomic bomb
As president of the only country to have used nuclear weapons, Barack Obama will make a historic visit to Hiroshima, Japan, where the US first dropped the atomic bomb nearly 71 years ago.
Obama to visit Hiroshima: Japanese newspaper
US President Barack Obama will travel to Hiroshima, in what would be the first visit by a sitting US leader to the atom-bombed city, Japan's Nikkei newspaper says.
Hiroshima wants nuke disarmament not apology from Obama
Survivors of the 1945 US atomic bombing and residents of Hiroshima say they want to see efforts toward abolition of nuclear weapons, not an apology, from US President Barack Obama.
G7 ministers push nuclear disarmament in Hiroshima
Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven industrialized countries, meeting Monday in the atomic-bombed Japanese city of Hiroshima, called for a renewed push for flagging nuclear disarmament efforts as they wrestled with some of the intractable global problems facing their nations.
Kerry won’t apologize for Hiroshima atomic bombing: US official
Visiting US Secretary of State John Kerry will not offer any apologies to the people of Hiroshima over the 1945 atomic bombing of the Japanese city, a senior US official says.
G7 FMs in Japan to discuss nuclear, maritime issues
In a city obliterated by a US atom bomb more than 70 years ago, Japan kicked off a gathering of foreign ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) advanced economies with a call to end nuclear weapons.

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