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No More A-Bomb
40,000 march to abolish nuclear weapons
People's Weekly World Newspaper, 05/05/05 16:12
NEW YORK ― On May 1, the eve of a world meeting at the United Nations to review the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), tens of thousands of people from around the globe marched through the streets here under the slogan “No nukes! No wars!”
Government sponsors first A-bomb exhibit in U.S.
The Japan Times: May 8, 2005
CHICAGO (Kyodo) Japan on Friday opened its first government- sponsored exhibition in the United States of materials related to the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Nuclear "halfbacks" carry the ball for the president
The Seattle Times: Saturday, May 7, 2005
WASHINGTON ― They are always there, at the president's side or nearby, hiding in plain sight.
It would be more than "Mottainai" if important event in history would be forgotten.

Hope the public opinion goes to the right direction, and the president gets to align with it.
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Big mistake....
Rememberance Day (4-MAY), Liberation Day (5-May)

It would be "Mottainai" if I could not remember this mistake on the same day next year.

Since the end of the Second World War, the Dutch have observed May 4th as a day of reflection, a day to honour the victims of war. At eight o'clock in the evening the country unites in commemorating the civilians and members of the armed forces who lost their lives in the Second World War.
Yesterday, we made a big mistake, which is really unpolite to Dutch people. We weren't quiet during the moment of two-minutes silence. We are really ashamed of ourselves, and are disappointed as Japanese people.
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News contents transformed in China
Japan's Koizumi urges EU to keep China arms ban
Reuter | Mon May 2, 2005 07:40 AM ET
Koizumi presses EU over China ban
BBC NEWS | Monday, 2 May, 2005, 12:56 GMT 13:56 UK
Lifting arms embargo on China poses no danger: EU
Xinhua | 2005-05-02 21:14:58
According to the article from Xinhua that is the Chinese news agency belonging to the state counsil, it seems lifting the export ban of EU arms to China is considered no problem.
Is it just an error in translation? or My English is poor?
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r u sure?
Japan, U.S. agree to begin developing missile shield
Monday, February 21, 2005 at 07:01 JST - Japan Today
WASHINGTON ― Defense Agency Director General Yoshinori Ono and U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld agreed Saturday to advance ongoing bilateral research on a missile defense system to the development stage in fiscal 2006.
That's all I can say now.
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