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Campaigners and MPs have called on the UK government to compensate survivors of atomic nuclear testing which took place in the 1950s.
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).
A new interfaith group in Japan has joined local opposition to the United States' military presence on the southern island of Okinawa.
Three Christians, including a Catholic priest, are preparing to stand trial following a peaceful protest at the Aldermaston atomic weapons base in England.
The US decision to site interceptor missiles at the Deveselu air base in Romania has triggered warnings from the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND).
Scottish Catholic Cardinal Keith O'Brien has urged the British Government to give up its “shameful” nuclear weapons programme.
The WCC and church organisations on both sides of the Atlantic are urging NATO to remove all United States nuclear weapons still based in Europe.
Eight-one year-old Georgina Smith has been released from prison ten days early after an anonymous benefactor paid the compensation order she had refused to pay.
Sylvia Boyes, 67, has begun a fourteen-day prison sentence following her nonviolent action against the Trident nuclear weapons system.
The US and Russian nuclear arms reduction treaty "is especially meaningful in what is for Christians the season of peace,” says the head of the World Council of Churches.
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