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The Economic Times India 06.08. 18:48

Hiroshima vows nuke ban at 77th memorial amid Russia threat

The United States dropped the world's first atomic bomb on Hiroshima on Aug 6, 1945, destroying the city and killing 140,000 people. It dropped a second bomb three days later on Nagasaki, killing another 70,000. Japan surrendered on Aug 15, ending World War II and Japan's nearly half-century of agg»»»

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TAP Tunisia 06.08. 13:39

Hiroshima prays for peace, fears new arms race on atomic bombing anniversary

(TAP) - Bells tolled in Hiroshima on Saturday as the city marked the 77th anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing, with officials including the United Nations secretary general warning of a new arms race following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, and, shortly»»»

The Times of India India 06.08. 11:01

Hiroshima vows nuke ban at 77th memorial amid Russia threat

TOKYO: Hiroshima on Saturday remembered the atomic bombing 77 years ago as officials, including the head of the United Nations, warned against nuclear weapons buildup and as fears grow of another such attack amid Russia's war on Ukraine. “Nuclear weapons are nonsense. They guarantee no safety — onl»»»

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United News of Bangladesh Bangladesh 06.08. 07:14

Hiroshima vows nuke ban at 77th memorial amid Russia threat

Hiroshima on Saturday remembered the atomic bombing 77 years ago as officials, including the head of the United Nations, warned against nuclear weapons buildup and fears grow of another such attack amid Russia’s war on Ukraine. “Nuclear weapons are nonsense. They guarantee no safety — only death an»»»

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Reuters Gran Bretagna 06.08. 02:40

Hiroshima prays for peace, fears new arms race on atomic bombing anniversary

TOKYO, Aug 6 (Reuters) - Bells tolled in Hiroshima on Saturday as the city marked the 77th anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing, with officials including the United Nations Secretary General warning of a new arms race following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb.»»»

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Daily Mail Gran Bretagna 29.04. 10:41

Two British charity workers 'captured by Russian forces' in Ukraine

Two British charity workers have been captured by Russian forces after going to Ukraine as humanitarian relief volunteers, it was reported today. The non-profit Presidium Network said the two men had been detained by Russian troops at a check point south of Zaporizhzhia in southern Ukraine on Monda»»»

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Sahara Reporters Stati Uniti d'America 28.04. 23:01

Russian Military Attacks Ukrainian Capital During UN Secretary-General's Visit

The Russian military, on Thursday, hit central Kyiv as the United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, was visiting, leaving three injured.According to the Kyiv mayor, Vitali Klitschko, there had been “two hits in the Shevchenkovsky district”, with one hitting the lower floors of a resident»»»

Daily Times Pakistan 24.04. 17:40

UN calls for ‘stop’ in fighting to allow Mariupol evacuation

The United Nations Ukraine crisis coordinator, Amin Awad, on Sunday called for an “immediate stop” to fighting in Mariupol to allow the evacuation of trapped civilians in the battered city “today”. “The lives of tens of thousands, including women, children and older people, are at stake in Mariupol»»»

Dawn Pakistan 24.04. 15:22

UN calls for 'stop' in fighting to allow Mariupol evacuation

The United Nations Ukraine crisis coordinator, Amin Awad, on Sunday called for an “immediate stop” to fighting in Mariupol to allow the evacuation of trapped civilians in the battered city “today”. “The lives of tens of thousands, including women, children and older people, are at stake in Mariupol»»»

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Daily Post Nigeria Nigeria 01.03. 06:45

Ukraine invasion: Enough is enough – UN reacts as Putin puts Russia’s nuclear forces on high alert

The United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, on Monday, said enough is enough as Russian President, Vladimir Putin, put his country’s nuclear forces on high alert. Guterres told an emergency session of the 193-member General Assembly on Ukraine that the idea of a nuclear conflict was ‘si»»»

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Arab News Arabia Saudita 24.02. 22:31

UN chief repeats his plea to Putin to halt Russia’s war on Ukraine

NEW YORK: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Thursday repeated his plea to Russian President Vladimir Putin, made the previous night, to halt the assault on Ukraine and withdraw his troops. He said that the war is wrong and unacceptable under the UN’s charter but it is still possible to chang»»»

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Tempo Indonesia 24.02. 16:20

Russia's Invasion of Ukraine; Jokowi: Stop War

, - Indonesian President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has not yet given a complete official statement on the military operations launched by Russia in Ukraine. But in the midst of heated conditions, he suddenly called for the war to be stopped. “Stop the war. This war torments humankind and endangers the w»»»

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Al Majalla Arabia Saudita 24.02. 06:02

U.N. Secretary-General to Putin: In the Name of Humanity, Stop This War

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres made a last-minute plea on Wednesday to Russian President Vladimir Putin to stop the war 'in the name of humanity, after the Russian leader announced a military operation in eastern Ukraine. "President Putin, in the name of humanity, brings your tro»»»

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