Japan marks 77th anniversary of Nagasaki atomic bombing

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Japan‘s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida was among officials paying their respects in Nagasaki on Tuesday as the city marked the 77th anniversary of the atomic bombing that instantly killed over 75,000 people.

Speaking to a crowd that included Japanese politicians, local leaders and foreign dignitaries, Kishida expressed sympathy for the people that died in the nuclear blast and those who continued to live with its effects.





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