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Last Updated: Saturday, 6 August, 2005, 14:21 GMT 15:21 UK
In pictures: Hiroshima remembered
Woman chalks out peace symbol
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BBC Scotland reporter Duncan Kirkhope attended the Glasgow vigil to remember the 60th anniversary of the Hiroshima bomb. Here, he photographs a woman chalking out a peace symbol
Couple look at chalked-in message
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One couple read the message "let's learn from history" during commemorations at George Square
Gathering at George Square
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People gather in silence to remember that on the morning of 6 August, 1945, the Enola Gay dropped the bomb that exploded over Hiroshima
CND flags fly in Geirge Square, Glasgow
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The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament said Scots should remember the victims of war and why the weapons of war should be scrapped
Woman and boy at peace rally in George Square Glasgow
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Young and old attended the event to express their sorrow for the tens of thousands who died as a result of the atomic bomb
Remembert Hiroshima banner
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A Remember Hiroshima banner planted in front of Glasgow Town Hall on the day people gathered to commemorate the catastrophic event



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