US President Barack Obama listens to remarks at the University of Chicago Law School in Chicago. Progress on ridding the world of nuclear weapons, not an apology, is what Hiroshima would want from a visit by Obama to the Japanese city hit by an American nuclear attack 71 years ago, survivors and other residents have said. Photo: Reuters

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US President Barack Obama listens to remarks at the University of Chicago Law School in Chicago. Progress on ridding the world of nuclear weapons, not an apology, is what Hiroshima would want from a visit by Obama to the Japanese city hit by an American nuclear attack 71 years ago, survivors and other residents have said. Photo: Reuters
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