Partner of man killed by unexploded WW2 bomb calls on Japan and US to clean up their mess | ABC News

ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “Partner of man killed by unexploded WW2 bomb calls on Japan and US to clean up their mess | ABC News” – below is their description.

A woman whose Australian partner was killed by an ordnance blast in the Solomon Islands speaks for the first time since the NGO he worked for found “risk-taking behaviour” played a role in his death.

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