Japan on Wednesday marked the 18th anniversary of a Tokyo subway nerve gas attack with ceremonies and floral tributes to honour the 13 people who lost their lives.
Japanese metro workers evacuate commuters after they inhaled fumes in a Tokyo subway nerve gas attack on March 20, 1995. Japan has marked the 18th anniversary of the Sarin gas attack with ceremonies and floral tributes to honour the 13 people who lost their lives.
"Eighteen years have passed, but the memory of that day is still vivid," said Shizue Takahashi, whose husband was a subway official assigned to the Kasumigaseki station, located in the administrative district of Tokyo.
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