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Three tuna fishermen who survived radioactive fallout from a U.S. hydrogen bomb test in the Pacific say they despair at the world’s adherence to such weapons, days after North Korea claimed to have tested a device.

“If (the bomb is) used, it is the end of humankind. I know the horror of it as a person who experienced it,” Matashichi Oishi, 81, said.

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