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Events aimed at raising awareness and action on the issue of nuclear disarmament


The world remains at the risk of nuclear weapons that are set on hair-triggers, writes Faheem Bin Tariq, a Commonwealth Correspondent from Karachi, Pakistan, who describes events aimed at raising awareness and action on the issue of nuclear disarmament.

30 MINUTES! That’s the maximum time period it will take the nuclear arsenal to incarcerate us; merely thirty minutes and we will be vanished from the face of the universe, and that too at any moment.

We live under the shadow of 15,000 nuclear weapons in the world. A nuclear war will not only kill many, but it would also impact every survivor negatively, leaving them crippled for life, psychologically and physically. Radiation fallout from such a catastrophic event is one of the major irrevocable negative aspects. We are not safe. All of us are threatened by nukes! Full Story

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