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B. 2016-04-10 John Kerry makes historic visit to Hiroshima memorial Hiroshima, Japan
C. 2016-01-06 N Korea nuclear: US, Japan, S Korea pledge united response South Korea
D. 2014-05-29 Japan to urge regional security role Singapore
E. 2010-08-05 Hiroshima brings U.N. call for disarmament Hiroshima, Japan
F. 2007-01-08 Abe warns world against N Korea Japan
G. 2006-12-22 Six-party talks end, no agreement Beijing
H. 2006-08-05 Hiroshima rally mourns A-bomb dead Japan
First atom bomb dropped on Hiroshima Hiroshima, Japan

  N Korea nuclear: US, Japan, S Korea pledge united response
  John Kerry makes historic visit to Hiroshima memorial Map of Hiroshima Japan


year 2016 Top ^

Apr.10
  US Secretary of State John Kerry has made a historic visit to the Hiroshima memorial in Japan, which commemorates the world's first atomic bombing
Jan.6
   South Korea: The US, South Korea and Japan have said they will be united in their response to North Korea's claim to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb



year 2014 Top ^

May.29


year 2010 Top ^

Aug.5
  Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon used an appearance at the Peace Memorial ceremony to advocate for his plan for worldwide nuclear disarmament


year 2009 Top ^

Jul.2   Nuclear watchdog agency elects new head
  UN: Yukiya Amano, of Japan, will replace the current director general, Mohammed ElBaradei, as head of the International Atomic Energy Agency

year 2007 Top ^

Jan.8   Abe warns world against N Korea
  PM says his country cannot tolerate a nuclear-armed N. Korea and wants closer international co-operation

year 2006 Top ^

Dec.22   Six-party talks end, no agreement
  Beijing: Japan's PM has warned North Korea it faces increased international pressure after talks ended without a breakthrough
Aug.5 Hiroshima rally mourns A-bomb dead  Tens of thousands of people from around the world urge the world to abandon nuclear weapons
before year 2000
Aug. 6, 1945   First atom bomb dropped on Hiroshima
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  The United States dropped atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The two bombings killed at least 129,000 people
 It's remain the only use of nuclear weapons for warfare in history. A uranium gun-type atomic bomb (Little Boy) was dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945


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