"The tradition comes from the shepherds, who cooked their meat with dasarashi, between two slates."
Chef, Gabala Khanlar
"There’s one thing architects and politicians have in common: they both love big, expensive projects."
"There is no war in Senegal. But when you wake up in the morning and you have nothing to eat, this, too, is a kind of daily battle."
"We want to see which tomato plants can still give good yields without water."
Plant breeding scientist
"If a country decides to open its doors, it must ensure that the people coming in feel at home."
Writer and activist
"Right now the EU risks escaping from one crisis only to enter another"
"While the sun is shining we need to do everything that is needed, before the next storm comes"
European Commission president
"The most important for us has been diversification into the non-oil sectors of the economy."
Baljeet Kaur Grewal
Managing Director of Strategy, Samruk-Kazyna
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Japanese men, women and children held paper lanterns and walked around Hiroshima’s Atomic Bomb Dome as the city prepared to remember victims of the
In Japan residents and dignitaries in Hiroshima have been marking the 70th anniversary of the atomic bomb in 1945 that resulted in around 140 000
Thursday marks 70 years since the US atomic bombing of Hiroshima. It killed around 140,000 people in the Japanese city by the end of 1945. The only
August 1945. The United States dropped two atomic bombs on Japanese towns. One on Hiroshima on August 6th; another fell on Nagasaki three days later
On the 70th anniversary of the first atomic bomb test, a brief history of nuclear weapons and a look at which countries have them today. Nuclear arms
The dropping of atom bombs over the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 70 years ago is given new focus in a special exhibition at American
More rains are expected today in Japan, where rescue workers have spent another night near Hiroshima looking for survivors of a Wednesday deluge that
Japan has marked the 69th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima with a ceremony in the city’s Peace Park.
About 45,000 people, including
Theodore “Dutch” Van Kirk, the last surviving member of the Enola Gay plane that dropped the atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima on Aug. 6
In Japan over ten-thousand people gathered to watch a rice-planting ritual in Kitahiroshima-cho, Hiroshima Prefecture, western Japan.
Japan has commemorated the end of World War II at a ceremony attended by Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko.
But tributes paid at a controversial
About 50,000 people from Japan and abroad gathered in Hiroshima to commemorate the 68th anniversary of the atomic bombing there. A memorial service
Sixty-seven years on, Japan has been remembering the victims of the world’s first atomic bomb attack.
Around 50 thousand people attended an annual
The Japanese Prime Minister used the 66th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima to challenge what he called the “myth of safety” of nuclear
Once classified by the US government, dozens of photographs of the aftermath of Hiroshima are on display in New York City.
They were taken a
8.15 am. The precise time 65-years ago when an atomic bomb was dropped by the United States on Japan.
Tens of thousands of people turned out in
The peace bell tolled at 8.15am. That was the time the Enola Gay dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. On the 65th anniversary, survivors joined tens
Hiroshima marks the 65th anniversary of the world’s first atomic bomb attack.
The people of Hiroshima have commemorated the 64th anniversary of the world’s first atomic bomb attack.
At a ceremony in the city, Japanese Prime
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