WASHINGTON – An 84-year-old atomic bomb survivor called on U.S. President Barack Obama to make further efforts to abolish nuclear weapons in a letter she handed to a close aide of the president during a meeting Monday in Washington.
“I wrote, ‘We must act for the future of children’ at the top of the letter,” Setsuko Thurlow told reporters after meeting with Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes.
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