President Barack Obama’s visit Friday to Hiroshima was generally welcomed by the city’s people, particularly relatives and survivors of the 1945 atomic bomb attack.
President Barack Obama called on the world to pursue a long-term vision of a nuclear-free world Friday, as he became the first U.S. president ever to visit a Hiroshima memorial dedicated to those died in the world’s first wartime atomic bombing.06:52 May 27, 2016
President Barack Obama took a break from a busy day of diplomacy and solemn remembrance to meet with servicemembers at a U.S. Marine base.04:38 May 27, 2016
Okinawa lawmakers unanimously adopted a protest resolution Thursday calling for the Marine Corps to withdraw completely from the island prefecture after a U.S. base worker was arrested in the death of a 20-year-old woman.04:07 May 27, 2016
Two North Korean boats crossed the disputed maritime border Friday but quickly retreated after the South fired warning shots, an official said.
A U.S. sailor pleaded guilty Friday to raping an intoxicated Japanese woman at a Naha hotel, an incident that sparked anti-base protests and contributed to the tightened liberty restrictions that took effect earlier in the day.02:47 May 27, 2016
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