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Jun. 30, 2009
Students’ group adopts official name and steps up campaign to invite Obama to Hiroshima
Jun. 30, 2009
Deputies had ‘secret duty’ to tell boss of covert Japan-U.S. nuke pact
Jun. 29, 2009
Former Akiba Project journalist back in Hiroshima
Jun. 29, 2009
First IPPNW North and South Asia Joint Regional Conference in Hiroshima will not include members from North Korea
Jun. 29, 2009
Genetic analysis of cancer cells from A-bomb survivors to be launched next spring
Jun. 29, 2009
Delay expected in selecting drill site for U.S. military planes in Japan
Jun. 26, 2009
Hiroshima begins adding names to register for A-bomb victims
Jun. 25, 2009
Japan, China both resolutely against nuclear N. Korea: envoy
Jun. 25, 2009
Suspected poison gas munitions to be salvaged and disposed of
Jun. 25, 2009
Osaka not to appeal ruling over benefits for A-bomb survivors overseas
Jun. 25, 2009
Article 9 Association seeks supporters of opinion ad to be published on August 6
Jun. 25, 2009
Hiroshima-area writers establish association to promote Article 9
Jun. 25, 2009
Newly donated artifacts displayed at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
Jun. 24, 2009
Suspected poison gas munitions found off the coast of Ohkunoshima Island
Jun. 24, 2009
2 diseases added to A-bomb disease certification criteria
Jun. 24, 2009
Balcony railings of A-bomb Dome found in river
Jun. 22, 2009
Japan set narrow territorial waters along straits for U.S. nukes
Jun. 22, 2009
Kazakhstan to tap Japan for new type of nuke power reactor
Jun. 22, 2009
Japan’s new defense guidelines seek personnel, equipment reinforcement
Jun. 19, 2009
Hiroshima mayor calls for Obama’s visit to Hiroshima at U.S. mayors’ conference
Jun. 19, 2009
Nassrine Azimi to step down as director of UNITAR Hiroshima office
Jun. 18, 2009
Upper house adopts resolution for nuclear-free world
Jun. 18, 2009
Lower House adopts first resolution calling for nuclear abolition
Jun. 17, 2009
Japanese parliamentarians seek to establish A-bomb museum in Washington, D.C.
Jun. 17, 2009
Second-generation A-bomb survivors undertake peace activities
Jun. 16, 2009
Photos of two U.S. soldiers registered at Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims
Jun. 16, 2009
Peace education website being developed for students visiting Hiroshima
Jun. 15, 2009
N. Korea to "weaponize" plutonium in response to U.N. resolution
Jun. 15, 2009
U.N. Security Council adopts resolution to punish N. Korea for nuke
Jun. 12, 2009
A-bomb survivors group appeals to ambassadors from nuclear weapons states for total elimination
Jun. 12, 2009
Government set to review A-bomb disease certification criteria by August
Jun. 11, 2009
Hiroshima City launches "Obamajority" campaign in quest for nuclear-free world
Jun. 11, 2009
Nuclear weapons can be eliminated: Exhibition of original pictures of illustrated book about Hiroshima-Nagasaki Protocol
Jun. 10, 2009
U.S. citizens’ group calls for peace through cut-out paper hands
Jun. 10, 2009
Donations collected in Hiroshima to be used for medical treatment in Gaza Strip
Jun. 9, 2009
High incidence of "MDS," preleukemic state, among those exposed within 1.5 kilometers of the hypocenter
Jun. 9, 2009
Interview with Sadao Hirano, contributor to collection of writing by A-bomb survivors
Jun. 8, 2009
Hiroshima mayor to appeal for nuclear abolition at U.S. Conference of Mayors
Jun. 7, 2009
Achievements of Barbara Reynolds, American peace activist, to be shared with next generation
Jun. 5, 2009
Collection of writing by A-bomb survivors to be published
Jun. 4, 2009
"Requiem for Hiroshima" composed by second-generation A-bomb survivor
Jun. 3, 2009
Students to hold study session in line with efforts to realize U.S. president’s visit to Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Jun. 2, 2009
Government loses crucial lawsuit over A-bomb disease certification: What will become of relief measures for A-bomb disease sufferers?
Jun. 2, 2009
Groups begin signature drive in Hiroshima with an eye toward nuclear abolition
Jun. 2, 2009
Tokyo High Court ruling recognizes 9 A-bomb survivors as suffering from A-bomb diseases
Jun. 1, 2009
Students launch campaign to invite U.S. President Obama to Hiroshima

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