An August 8, 1945 photo of survivors walking past one of the few buildings still standing after the US nuclear attack on Hiroshima, Japan. Photo: AP An August 8, 1945 photo of survivors walking past one of the few buildings still standing after the US nuclear attack on Hiroshima, Japan. Photo: AP
An August 8, 1945 photo of survivors walking past one of the few buildings still standing after the US nuclear attack on Hiroshima, Japan. Photo: AP

Japan

Japanese Catholics urge pope to send anti-nuclear message

  • Pontiff said to be planning trips to Hiroshima and Nagasaki, targets of devastating US nuclear attacks in the second world war that killed hundred of thousands

Topic |   Japan
An August 8, 1945 photo of survivors walking past one of the few buildings still standing after the US nuclear attack on Hiroshima, Japan. Photo: AP An August 8, 1945 photo of survivors walking past one of the few buildings still standing after the US nuclear attack on Hiroshima, Japan. Photo: AP
An August 8, 1945 photo of survivors walking past one of the few buildings still standing after the US nuclear attack on Hiroshima, Japan. Photo: AP
READ FULL ARTICLE