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John Doom lived in a small place on the planet, but he was committed to big things through his faith, fighting to stem atomic testing in the fragile ecosystem of his homeland French Polynesia.
Two prominent US disarmament campaigners will give a talk in Edinburgh on Monday 5 January 2015 on the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons.
The Burghfield Disarmament Camp today continued its protest outside AWE Burghfield with an (almost) nude action near the main gate.
Hundreds of protesters converged on the proposed site of two new nuclear 'mega-reactors' at Hinkley Point in Somerset over the weekend.
Japanese Catholic bishops have released an anti-nuclear message delayed for six months, following pressure from business people.
In the years since Hiroshima and Nagasaki there has been no more eloquent response to our nuclear predicament than Dale Aukerman’s terrifying Darkening Valley: A biblical perspective on nuclear weapons (Seabury Press, 1981).
Three Christian peace protesters were convicted yesterday at Newbury Magistrates Court under the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act
An anti-nuclear exhibition created by the Buddhist association Soka Gakkai International (SGI), has opened in Vienna.
Baroness Shirley Williams is urging government action on the proliferation of nuclear weapons as one of the greatest threats to the survival of humankind.
Now is the time to continue the trend toward nuclear disarmament, four global, regional and national ecumenical bodies have told leaders of NATO, the EU, the USA and Russia.
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