Pyongyang warns it is ready to use weapons ‘at any time’ as it revamps atomic bomb fuel production plants


2C4B10A800000578-3234879-Nothing_to_smile_about_An_undated_pictured_released_on_September-m-1_1442301092266 North Korea has spent decades trying to perfect a multistage, long-range rocket. After several failures, it put its first satellite into space with a long-range rocket launched in late 2012. The UN said it was a banned test of ballistic missile technology and imposed sanctions. Experts say that ballistic missiles and rockets in satellite launches share similar bodies, engines and other technology.

An angry North Korea then conducted its third nuclear test in February 2013, inviting further international condemnation and sanctions.

Intelligence agencies believe that North Korea is working on measures to miniaturise it nuclear weapon so it could be mounted onto a rocket.

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Largest Bombing Raid in History was Perpetrated against Japan AFTER the Atomic Bombings


On July 13, Foreign Minister Shigenori Togo wired his ambassador in Moscow: “Unconditional surrender is the only obstacle to peace.. ..” Martin Sherwin, after an exhaustive study of the relevant historical documents, concludes: “Having broken the Japanese code before the war, American Intelligence was able to-and did-relay this message to the President, but it had no effect whatever on efforts to bring the war to a conclusion.”

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LARGEST BOMBING RAID IN HISTORY WAS PERPETRATED AGAINST JAPAN AFTER THE ATOMIC BOMBINGS


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At 2:49 AM on August 14, the US had intercepted a message from Japanese leadership to Japanese foreign embassies, instructing them “to accept the Allied terms of surrender.”

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The nightmare aftermath of Hiroshima: Parents carry burned children past corpses and rubble in rare photographs taken during the days after atomic bomb killed 140,000 people ]


Haunting images have been released showing the immediate aftermath of the American atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima 70 years ago today.

Horrifically injured locals are pictured wandering along flattened streets strewn with corpses in the western Japanese city only hours after the nuclear bomb, nicknamed ‘Little Boy’, was dropped.

Radiation in the city was so intense that everybody pictured in the chilling images would have died of exposure poisoning in the weeks, months and years that followed the August 6, 1945 attack.

As Japan today commemorates the loss of 140,000 people killed in the initial blast, as well the countless numbers who died later, the incredibly rare images have now gone on display together for the first time at Scotland’s Secret Bunker museum in a small town in Fife.

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Japan marks 70th anniversary of Hiroshima atomic bombing


Tens of thousands gathered in Hiroshima Thursday to mark 70 years since the dropping of the first atomic bomb, with opinion still divided over whether its deadly destruction was justified.

Bells tolled as a solemn crowd observed a moment of silence at 8:15 am local time (2315 GMT), when the detonation turned the bustling city into an inferno, killing thousands instantly and leaving others with horrific injuries to die a slow death.

JAPAN MARKS 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF HIROSHIMA ATOMIC BOMBING


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Bells tolled as a solemn crowd observed a moment of silence at 8:15 am local time (2315 GMT), when the detonation turned the bustling city into an inferno, killing thousands instantly and leaving others with horrific injuries to die a slow death.

Children, elderly survivors and delegates representing 100 countries were in the crowd with many placing flowers in front of the cenotaph at Peace Memorial Park, as doves were released into the air.

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