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The Japanese city of Nagasaki will mark the 65th anniversary of the atomic bombing in World War Two on Monday. Student representatives have been preparing for the Water Salute Ceremony in the Peace Memorial.
The atomic bomb dropped by the US on August 9, 1945, reduced Nagasaki to rubble. Besides radiation, many people died of a lack of water.
Every year's Memorial Service includes a water salute ceremony for the victims. On Sunday, student representatives collected water from five spots around the city, for Monday's ceremony.