THE ASAHI SHIMBUN
November 1, 2021 at 18:29 JST
Passengers climb through the windows to escape from a Keio Line train, which made an emergency stop at Kokuryo Station in Chofu, western Tokyo, on Oct. 31. (Provided by a passenger)
The man arrested over a stabbing rampage on a Keio Line train in Tokyo on Oct. 31 was dressed in a purple Joker costume and said he chose to carry out his attack on Halloween, according to police. [Read More]
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