By TABITO FUKUTOMI/ Staff Writer
November 11, 2021 at 07:00 JST
Regis Savioz, right, head of the Delegation in Japan of the International Committee of the Red Cross, listens to an explanation offered by Chieko Kiriake about what happened at the Imperial Japanese Army’s clothing depot in Hiroshima. (Tabito Fukutomi)
HIROSHIMA--Even 76 years later, Chieko Kiriake remembers vividly the horrors of the atomic bomb when visiting the former site of the Imperial Japanese Army’s clothing depot in Hiroshima’s Minami Ward. [Read More]
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