Atsuki Mori holds up a picture of her grandmother’s fiance’s nephew, Kensuke Ueke, PhD, who lost his left eye during the bombing of Hiroshima and has devoted much of his life to seeking a nuke-free world.—Photos by Jim Hannah

Atsuki Mori talks about results of Hiroshima bombing

Atsuki Mori, from Osaka, Japan, now a nurse living in Warrensburg, MO, tells of her grandmother’s bravery and her grandmother’s fiance’s nephew who became an anti-nuke activist in ICAN.

This billboard, posted at Main and 37th Street in KC MO by PeaceWorks-KC in January, was funded by ICAN.--Photo by Jim Hannah

Norway is first in NATO to plan to observe first meeting of ‘states parties’ to nuke-ban treaty

With a new government in Norway, it became the first NATO state to announce that it will participate in the Meeting of the States Parties of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) in Vienna next year (March 22-24).

Brian Terrell, far right, observes the “digging for life” resistance near the new, heavily fortified fence around Büchel Air Force Base in Germany, home to about 20 US nuclear weapons.—Photos by Dietrich Gerstner

Resisting nuclear weapons in a climate crisis—stopping the next catastrophe before it begins

At Büchel Air Force Base in Germany, local and international resisters held an “International Week” of protests against about 20 US nuclear gravity bombs known as B61s kept at the base in a “nuclear sharing” agreement with the US.