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Hiroshima Marks A-Bomb Anniversary
07 Aug 2012 | By Member 26835147
August 06, 2012 - Tens of thousands of people mark the 67th anniversary of the atomic attack on Hiroshima as a rising tide of anti-nuclear sentiment swells in post-Fukushima Japan.
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