Nagoya High Court overturns lower court ruling on medical claim by Nagasaki hibakusha siblings

The Nagoya High Court ruled Wednesday that two women who were exposed to the U.S. atomic bombing of Nagasaki should be recognized as sufferers of radiation diseases, overturning a lower court decision that had ruled otherwise. The high court said the …
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