Commemorating the Hiroshima Bombing: The United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima 65 years ago, killing an estimated 140,000 people. The city has become a global center for anti-nuclear proliferation, with bomb survivors among the most outspoken supporters http://www.newslook.com/videos/236808-commemorating-the-hiroshima-bombing?autoplay=true
"Enola Gay" Navigator Member on Hiroshima Attack An interview with the last living "Enola Gay" crew member Theodore Van Kirk. Kirk looks back at the buildup to the debut of American nuclear weapons, and his role as navigator aboard the aircraft charged with dropping the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. http://www.newslook.com/videos/237237-enola-gay-navigator-member-on-hiroshima-attack?autoplay=true
And a present day by product of Atomic Energy in bombs, or for peaceful uses.
Radiation Risk: Fires Head for Chernobyl The Russian Emergencies Minister is warning of radiation risks, as wildfires get closer to the area affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. The fear is that it could disturb the contamination in the ground - and spread it wider. http://www.newslook.com/videos/237218-radiation-risk-fires-head-for-chernobyl?autoplay=true