Today marks the 24th year since Japan’s fatal sarin attack on Tokyo subway

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Japan stamped the 24th commemoration Wednesday of a dangerous sarin nerve gas assault carried out by the AUM Shinrikyo faction on the Tokyo tram framework that cleared out 13 individuals dead and harmed more than 6,000. A vigil was held at Kasumigaseki metro station where one of the dangerous assaults took put, with station authorities watching a minute of quiet at 8AM nearby time, which was around the time the assault took put 24 years back. Families of the casualties and station authorities advertised blooms at an sacrificial table set up interior Kasumigaseki Station, the encompassing range of which is ruled by government priests and other government-related workplaces.

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