Nagasaki Day 2021: On 76th anniversary of atomic bombing, UN Secretary-General vows support for eliminating nukes
António Guterres, on the solemn occassion, remarked that even 76 years later, the world remains 'under the shadow of the mushroom cloud'
On 6 August 1945, US bomber Enola Gray dropped the atomic bomb “Little Boy,” containing power equivalent to 15,000 tons of TNT on Hiroshima
Shuichi Adachi, a former Hiroshima bar association head, submitted a strong statement earlier this week to Yuzaki and Hiroshima Mayor Kazumi Matsui opposing Bach's visit. It was written on behalf of 11 anti-Olympic and pacifist groups.
Startling images appear throughout Apocalypse ’45, a transfixing documentary that depicts the final months of World War II in rare detail and the ways its witnesses cope with war’s psychic toll.
From welcoming visitors into their homes in Hiroshima and Nagasaki to lecturing on cruise ships, survivors have shared their message of peace with audiences at home and abroad, including with the world’s political and religious leaders
Japan boosts rescue efforts as floods, landslides claim over 50 lives; more rain expected till Thursday
Visuals showed swollen rivers, destroyed homes, roads covered in landslides and stranded residents being carried to safety by military helicopters.
Pope Francis, at Nagasaki address, says nuclear weapons not the answer for security, peace and stability
In a highly symbolic visit to the Japanese city devastated by the nuclear attack in August 1945, Pope Francis said nuclear weapons were 'not the answer' to a desire for security, peace and stability
Nuclear war between India and Pakistan can kill up to 125 million people, lead to global climate catastrophe: US researchers
The researchers found that the exploding nuclear weapons could release 16 to 36 million tonnes of soot, tiny black carbon particles in smoke
Trinity test is estimated to cost $2 billion and was conducted in deep in the desert in New Mexico.
NASA calls for a global network of surveillance system to keep an eye out for near-Earth objects.
Nagasaki marks 73rd anniversary of US atomic bombing; UN chief concerned about over slow progress of denuclearisation
The bombing of Nagasaki on 9 August, 1945, was the second US nuclear attack on Japan, killing 70,000 people, three days after the bomb dropped on Hiroshima killed 1,40,000.
Lok Sabha pays homage to atomic bomb victims of Hiroshima, Nagasaki; calls for abolishing of weapons of mass destruction
Lok Sabha paid homage to the victims of atomic bombing in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Speaker Sumitra Mahajan called for the elimination of weapons of mass destruction
Japan marked its 73rd anniversary of atomic bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The attack claimed over 2 lakh lives
The torrential rain in Japan has caused flash floods and landslides across central and western parts of the country.
Japan floods: Shinzo Abe cancels four-nation visit as toll rises to 100; more than 60 still unaccounted for
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has cancelled a four-country foreign trip as the death toll from flooding and landslides caused by record rains hit 100
Rescuers in Japan dug through mud and rubble on Monday, racing to find survivors after torrential rains unleashed widespread floods and landslides that have killed 179 people
Japan floods: Toll rises to 69; evacuation orders, landslide warnings issued as 1,850 people still stranded, 61 missing
Japan government set Emergency Management Center at the prime minister’s office. Rescuers from military, police, fire departments were also dispatched.
Japan floods: Toll rises to 48 as authorities issue fresh alerts; Shinzo Abe says 'race against time' to rescue victims
Japan's prime minister Shinzo Abe warned of a "race against time" to rescue flood victims as authorities issued new alerts over rains that have killed at least 48 people.
NASA scientists noticed the massive asteroid at an observatory in Arizona just 21 hours prior to the flyby.
A quake hit western Japan on Monday, leaving three people with minor injuries and damaging buildings and roads, local media reported