• Kyodo


A “peace clock” monument in Hiroshima that counts the number of days since the last nuclear test has been reset after the city learned the United States conducted two subcritical nuclear tests last year.

The number on the clock installed at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum was changed from 499 to 209 on Wednesday following revelations that two experiments had been conducted on June 22 and Sept. 16 last year in Nevada.

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