Masakatsu Takeyari hopes newly unearthed remains of the location where his uncle's military unit was based will be fully utilized for education and commemoration.
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Specimens from victims were held by the U.S. for almost 30 years. Now returned and fading, the government has refused to fund their digitization.
With Pope Francis expressing his intention to visit Japan next year, hopes are high among Hiroshima and Nagasaki residents and A-bomb survivors' groups that he may come to their cities. The Vatican has already ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, and the ...