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Obama hugs Hiroshima survivor who honored U.S. POWs



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Photo gallery: Obama in Hiroshima
Where Hiroshima could happen again
When I was 12 years old, during the Cold War, I read John Hersey's novel "Hiroshima." He describes in searing detail what happened that day -- August 6, 1945 -- when the United States dropped the first atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima.

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Survivor: Even enemies deserve closure
Editor's Note: The atomic bomb attacks on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki had, by the end of 1945, taken well over 200,000 lives. Many of those not instantly vaporized by the fireballs were left with horrific injuries. More would die from the effects of radiation or endure lifelong health complications. When CNN's Will Ripley moved to Japan in 2014, he expected to encounter anger over America's wartime actions. Then he met 79-year-old Hiroshima survivor Shigeaki Mori.
Drug-resistant superbug hits U.S.
The United States' first known case of a superbug that cannot be killed by any existing antibiotic was announced Thursday by the U.S. Department of Defense.