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Obama Visits Hiroshima
It's been more than 70 years since the US dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. Now, Barack Obama becomes the first sitting president to visit Hiroshima since then. Some 140 thousand people died in the bombing. But the president says he's doesn't plan to apologize. Instead, he'll focus on preventing the use of nuclear weapons in the future.
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