• Kyodo


South Korean survivors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki plan to have documents related to their ordeals registered in the Memory of the World register, a UNESCO archive, a group that promotes their rights said Thursday.

“We want to join hands with Japanese survivors in an effort to let our sufferings be better known,” said Won Jeong-bu, who heads the group.

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