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Quakers will hold an open interfaith service of commemoration and commitment for a nuclear-free world on 6 August, the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Social justice, peace and the struggle against nuclear weaposn are part of the continuing legacy of the Pacific Council of Churches.
Following recent action by Africa, a majority of the world's countries have now banned nuclear weapons from their national territory for the first time, says Jonathan Frerichs. The churches have played an important role in this.
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