PHNOM PENH – Keiko Kunichika, an atomic bomb survivor, has chosen to spend her later years running a free facility in Phnom Penh called Hiroshima House.
It was built by a group of Hiroshima citizens who recognized similar histories of ruin between the two cities.
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