FILE - This July 16, 1945, file photo, shows an aerial view after the first atomic explosion at the Trinity Test site, in New Mexico. (AP Photo/File)
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An association of Japanese atomic bomb survivors has criticized U.S. President Barack Obama's speech last month during a historic visit to Hiroshima, saying he failed to mention U.S. responsibility for the bombing.Terumi Tanaka, secretary general of the group and a survivor of the Nagasaki bombing, also said Obama's conversations with survivors during his trip were very short.Obama's brief conversations included an unexpected embrace with a survivor in one of the visit's most memorable moments.
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