Japan Commemorates 19th Anniversary of Subway Sarin Nerve Gas Attack : News Photo

Japan Commemorates 19th Anniversary of Subway Sarin Nerve Gas Attack

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TOKYO, JAPAN - MARCH 20: (CHINA OUT, SOUTH KOREA OUT) Shizue Takahashi, who lost her husband and Kasumigaseki station assisitant stationmaster while rescuing commuters, bows at a altar to commemorate the victims of the subway nerve gas attack at Tokyo Metro Kasumigaseki station on March 20, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan. Japan marks the 19th anniversary of the multiple chemical terrorist attack by Japanese doomsday cult Aum Shinrikyo, happened almost same time on the five subway lines at the morning commuter peak hours, killing 13 people. (Photo by The Asahi Shimbun via Getty Images)
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TOKYO, JAPAN - MARCH 20: (CHINA OUT, SOUTH KOREA OUT) Shizue Takahashi, who lost her husband and Kasumigaseki station assisitant stationmaster while rescuing commuters, bows at a altar to commemorate the victims of the subway nerve gas attack at Tokyo Metro Kasumigaseki station on March 20, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan. Japan marks the 19th anniversary of the multiple chemical terrorist attack by Japanese doomsday cult Aum Shinrikyo, happened almost same time on the five subway lines at the morning commuter peak hours, killing 13 people. (Photo by The Asahi Shimbun via Getty Images)
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