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  • June 1, 1987 - The New Zealand parliament passes the Nuclear Free Zone Arms Control and Disarmament Act. The legislation formalizes New Zealandís ban on its ports of nuclear powered ships, and vessels believed to be carrying nuclear explosives.
  • June 13, 1995 - French President Jacques Chirac declares that France will end a three-year moratorium and resume nuclear testing in the South Pacific, triggering worldwide protest.
  • June 26, 2008 - North Korea makes a declaration of non-weaponized nuclear material, indicating it has 30kg of plutonium.
  • June 30, 1946 - The first subsurface detonation of a nuclear weapon is achieved at Bikini Atoll by the United States.
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