Emergency personnel attend to victims lying in the road outside Hatchobori Subway Station in Tokyo on March 20, 1995. At around 8.00am in the morning members of the Aum Shirikyo Doomsday Cult released poisonous Sarin Gas in five coordinated attacks on trains travelling through Kasumigaseki and Nagatacho stations. This resulted in the death of 13 passengers and staff and over 6,000 injuries and was Japan's deadliest act of domestic terrorism.  (Photo by Yomiuri Newspaper/AFLO)

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Tokyo Subway Sarin Gas Attack
Emergency personnel attend to victims lying in the road outside Hatchobori Subway Station in Tokyo on March 20, 1995. At around 8.00am in the morning members of the Aum Shirikyo Doomsday Cult released poisonous Sarin Gas in five coordinated attacks on trains travelling through Kasumigaseki and Nagatacho stations. This resulted in the death of 13 passengers and staff and over 6,000 injuries and was Japan's deadliest act of domestic terrorism. (Photo by Yomiuri Newspaper/AFLO)

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Date 19 Mar 1995
Location: Tokyo Japan
Credit: Yomiuri Newspaper/AFLO
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