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Survivors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki who emigrated to Brazil after the end of the Pacific War are making last-ditch efforts to win the same level of support from the Japanese government as survivors residing in Japan.

“This many people have already died,” Takashi Morita, 90, said in late July, pointing to a list of 101 names posted on a wall in his “Sukiyaki” grocery store in Sao Paulo.

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