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Historic Hiroshima atom bomb ceremony - live 6/10

Historic Hiroshima atom bomb ceremony today- catch it live on the internet


August 6. Hiroshima ceremony commemorating the atomic bombing of the city and calling for a nuclear-weapons-free world

Two firsts for the Hiroshima atom bomb ceremony tomorrow: [from 11.15 6 August NZT]
• the first time for a UN Secretary-General to speak there
• the first time for the United States government to be represented.

Catch it live online at http://www.pcf.city.hiroshima.jp/hpcf/english/information/Ceremony_Live/index.html


ENDS


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