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Marking the 100th anniversary of the completion of the Hiroshima Commercial Exhibition Hall, which became known as both the Hiroshima Peace Memorial and the Atomic Bomb Dome, a group of students on Sunday retrieved debris from the 1945 atomic bombing in the Motoyasu River, which runs in front of the ruins.

And later, in front of tourists and using the artifacts they had retrieved as a reminder of the devastation, the students from Hiroshima University spoke of the death and destruction the bombing brought to the city.

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