Japan marks the 75th anniversary of the first atomic bomb attack

Tokyo-ALsharqiya, August 6: Japan on Thursday marked the 75th anniversary of the world's first atomic bomb attack in the world amid a crisis of an outbreak of the Corona virus, which forced the authorities to shorten the ceremony to honor the victims.

Survivors, relatives and a few foreign dignitaries attended the main ceremonies in Hiroshima, to pray for those who were killed or injured in the bombing and to call for peace in the world.

  However, the authorities did not allow the public to attend the broadcast of the ceremony on the Internet.

  The majority of the participants who personally attended the ceremony wore black clothes and wore masks.


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