The state of nuclear weaponry in wake of Hiroshima’s 74th anniversary

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Tuesday commemorated the 74th anniversary of when the US dropped atomic bomb “little boy” onto the city of Hiroshima, killing more than a hundred thousand people.

But despite sending shockwaves across the globe, nuclear war remains one of the biggest global threats to date.

The United States and Russia currently possess the most nuclear warheads, accounting for more than 90 per cent of the world’s stocktake.

 

 

 

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