ニュースの中での Bomb

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atomic bomb 原爆
bomb attack 爆弾攻撃
bomb exploded 爆弾が爆発した
car bomb 車の爆弾
nuclear bomb 核爆弾

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The Guardian
· Thursday briefing: Leaders knew stockpile could 'blow up all of Beirut'  
In 2014 a Russian-owned vessel carrying the chemical – a fertiliser that can be used in bombs – was impounded at Beirut’s port, with its load apparently confiscated and taken ashore.
Seeking Alpha
· Safe Bulkers' (SB) Management Team on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript  
I think this is a time bomb for the shipping industry.
The Age
· Long bombs and super shots: time to get back to the future  
For many years the biggest weapon in this team’s arsenal was something known as the “long bomb”.
Al Jazeera
· Hiroshima atomic bomb: The US nuclear attack that changed history  
After the bomb obliterated Hiroshima, the Japanese did not surrender.
The New York Times
· The Photographers Who Captured the Toll of Hiroshima and Nagasaki  
A view of Hiroshima in September 1945, weeks after an atomic bomb destroyed the city.Credit...Yoshito Matsushige/Chugoku Shimbun/Kyodo
The New York Times
· How Japanese Literature Tells the Story of Hiroshima and Nagasaki  
The final torch bearer at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics was a relatively unknown, 19-year-old, track and field competitor named Yoshinori Sakai, a young man who was born in Hiroshima on the day the bomb was dropped.
The New York Times
· Claude Eatherly, the Hiroshima Pilot Turned Antinuclear Symbol  
The American airmen who flew the mission to drop the atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945, were witnessing a man-made cataclysm unlike anything seen in the previous history of human warfare.
FRANCE 24
· From Manhattan to Hiroshima: the race for the atom bomb  
In August 1942, the US officially launches a top-secret programme to develop an atomic bomb.
FRANCE 24
· 'Unspeakable horror': the attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki  
Japan on Thursday marked 75 years since the world's first atomic bomb attack, which killed around 140,000 people in Hiroshima and left many more deeply traumatised and even stigmatised.
The Japan Times
· Hiroshima hibakusha recalls working on tram just days after atomic bomb  
Hiroshima – Tetsuko Shakuda was a frightened 14-year-old when she resumed her work as a conductor on a tram line in the devastated city of Hiroshima, just three days after the atomic bomb exploded 75 years ago, badly damaging the tracks and most of the trams.