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INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGN TO ABOLISH NUCLEAR WEAPONS
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Another Summit Snafu: Who’s Going To Pay For Kim Jong Un’s Singapore Hotel Room?
The U.S., Singapore and an anti-nuke organization have all reportedly offered to help foot the bill.
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‘Doomsday Clock’ Swings To 2-Minute Countdown Due To Nuclear Threat
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Can Anyone Prevent Trump From Ordering A Nuclear Strike? Not Really.
Experts weigh in on what stands between the president and a U.S. nuclear launch. Hint: It's not a button.
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Nobel Peace Prize Winner Warns That Nuclear War Is One 'Tantrum Away'
"We have avoided nuclear war not through prudent leadership but good fortune," said Beatrice Fihn, at the award ceremony in Oslo.
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In Iran And North Korea, Trump Is Playing With Nuclear Fire
Professor Emerita at Thomas Jefferson School of Law
The stakes are unbearably high.
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Anti-Nuke Organization Wins Nobel Prize
The Nobel Peace Prize 2017 has been awarded to the International Campaign To Abolish Nuclear Weapons.
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Anti-Nuke Organization ICAN Wins 2017 Nobel Peace Prize
The group was honored for its "ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
Over 120 Nations At The UN Are About To Ban Nuclear Weapons
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Setsuko Thurlow was thirteen years old when the first atomic bomb ever used on people ripped through Hiroshima, including
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Human Costs Of Nuclear War Are Driving Push Towards A Ban Treaty – Finally
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Wakana Mukai, University of Tokyo Even though nuclear powers and countries that fall under their security umbrella are expected
Your Doctors Are Worried
Professor of History emeritus, SUNY Albany
In a nuclear war involving as few as 100 weapons anywhere in the world, the global climate and agricultural production would be affected so severely that the lives of more than 2 billion people would be in jeopardy.
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Where Is the 'Global Red Line' for Nuclear Weapons?
General Secretary, Norsk Folkehjelp (Norwegian People's Aid)
No security doctrine or theory can completely obscure the fact that any use of nuclear weapons would entail catastrophic humanitarian consequences -- massive civilian casualties and irreparable damage to the environment, public health and the world economy.
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