NAGASAKI — Nearly 200 activists from Japan and abroad gathered August 8 in Nagasaki for a special seminar on what citizens’ groups are doing to halt nuclear weapons production.

The meeting was part of the 11th annual conference of activists and others who are seeking to abolish atomic weapons. The conference began August 7 and finishes August 9, on the 52nd anniversary of the Aug. 9, 1945 atomic bombing of this city.

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