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Funeral of Tokyo Stabbing Victim - 12 Jun 2008
Funeral of Tokyo Stabbing Victim - 12 Jun 2008
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June 12, 2008
A mourner cries after sending off the hearse carrying the coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto, one...
Tokyo, Japan
Mourner cries after sending off hearse carrying coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto in Tokyo
A mourner cries after sending off the hearse carrying the coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing, after her funeral ceremony at the Kaneiji temple in Tokyo June 12, 2008. The factory worker arrested at the scene of a frenzied attack on a crowd of shoppers in Tokyo that left seven dead has told police he wanted someone to stop him, domestic media said on Thursday. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 12, 2008
The hearse carrying the coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara...
Tokyo, Japan
Hearse carrying coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto leaves a temple in Tokyo
The hearse carrying the coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing, leaves the Kaneiji temple after her funeral ceremony as mourners pray in Tokyo June 12, 2008. The factory worker arrested at the scene of a frenzied attack on a crowd of shoppers in Tokyo that left seven dead has told police he wanted someone to stop him, domestic media said on Thursday. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 12, 2008
Mourners send off the hearse carrying the coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims...
Tokyo, Japan
Mourners send off hearse carrying coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto in Tokyo
Mourners send off the hearse carrying the coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing, at the Kaneiji temple after her funeral ceremony in Tokyo June 12, 2008. The factory worker arrested at the scene of a frenzied attack on a crowd of shoppers in Tokyo that left seven dead has told police he wanted someone to stop him, domestic media said on Thursday. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 11, 2008
A girl and her father offer prayers in front of at a stall set up for victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's...
Tokyo, Japan
A girl and her father offer prayers in front of a stall set up for victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's...
A girl and her father offer prayers in front of at a stall set up for victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district June 10, 2008. A man who said he was tired of life went on a stabbing rampage killing seven people and wounding a dozen others on Sunday in Akihabara district, known for its discount electronics and maid cafes. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 12, 2008
Mourners put their hands together in prayer as the hearse carrying the coffin of twenty-one-year-old...
Tokyo, Japan
Hearse carrying coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto leaves temple in Tokyo
Mourners put their hands together in prayer as the hearse carrying the coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing, leaves the Kaneiji temple after her funeral ceremony in Tokyo June 12, 2008. The factory worker arrested at the scene of a frenzied attack on a crowd of shoppers in Tokyo that left seven dead has told police he wanted someone to stop him, domestic media said on Thursday. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 12, 2008
Mourners fold their hands in prayers as a hearse carrying a coffin of twenty-one-year-old Japanese Mai...
Tokyo, Japan
Mourners fold their hands in prayers as a hearse carrying a coffin of one of the victims of Sunday's...
Mourners fold their hands in prayers as a hearse carrying a coffin of twenty-one-year-old Japanese Mai Muto, one of the victims of Sunday's Akihabara stabbing, leaves the Kaneiji temple after her funeral ceremony in Tokyo June 12, 2008. The factory worker arrested at the scene of a frenzied attack on a crowd of shoppers in Tokyo that left seven dead has told police he wanted someone to stop him, domestic media said on Thursday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 12, 2008
A mourner (C) cries after sending off the hearse carrying the coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto,...
Tokyo, Japan
Mourner cries after sending off hearse carrying coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto in Tokyo
A mourner (C) cries after sending off the hearse carrying the coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing, after her funeral ceremony at the Kaneiji temple in Tokyo June 12, 2008. The factory worker arrested at the scene of a frenzied attack on a crowd of shoppers in Tokyo that left seven dead has told police he wanted someone to stop him, domestic media said on Thursday. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 12, 2008
Mourners bow during the funeral ceremony of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims of last...
Tokyo, Japan
Mourners bow during funeral ceremony of Muto, victim of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing, at the Kaneiji...
Mourners bow during the funeral ceremony of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing, at the Kaneiji temple in Tokyo June 12, 2008. The factory worker arrested at the scene of a frenzied attack on a crowd of shoppers in Tokyo that left seven dead has told police he wanted someone to stop him, domestic media said on Thursday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 12, 2008
The hearse carrying the coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara...
Tokyo, Japan
Hearse carrying coffin of Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing, leaves the Kaneiji...
The hearse carrying the coffin of twenty-one-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing, leaves the Kaneiji temple as mourners send her off after her funeral ceremony in Tokyo June 12, 2008. The factory worker arrested at the scene of a frenzied attack on a crowd of shoppers in Tokyo that left seven dead has told police he wanted someone to stop him, domestic media said on Thursday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 11, 2008
A woman cries after attending the wake of 21-year-old Mai Muto who was one of the victims of last Sunday's...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman cries after attending the wake of 21-year-old Mai Muto who was one of the victims of last Sunday's...
A woman cries after attending the wake of 21-year-old Mai Muto who was one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing in Tokyo June 11, 2008. Families and friends mourned the seven people killed in a stabbing attack on a busy Tokyo shopping street as Japan's cabinet ministers discussed tightening knife regulations on Wednesday. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 11, 2008
A man (R) attends the wake of 21-year-old Mai Muto who was one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara...
Tokyo, Japan
A man attends the wake of 21-year-old Mai Muto who was one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara...
A man (R) attends the wake of 21-year-old Mai Muto who was one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing as a photographer takes a picture, at Kaneiji temple in Tokyo June 11, 2008. Families and friends mourned the seven people killed in a stabbing attack on a busy Tokyo shopping street as Japan's cabinet ministers discussed tightening knife regulations on Wednesday. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 11, 2008
A woman cries after attending the wake of 21-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman cries after attending the wake of 21-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara...
A woman cries after attending the wake of 21-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing, at Kaneiji temple in Tokyo June 11, 2008. Families and friends mourned the seven people killed in a stabbing attack on a busy Tokyo shopping street as Japan's cabinet ministers discussed tightening knife regulations on Wednesday. The characters in the background reads: "Funeral ceremonial site". REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 11, 2008
People stand in line to attend the wake of 21-year-old Mai Muto who was one of the victims of last Sunday's...
Tokyo, Japan
People stand in line to attend the wake of 21-year-old Mai Muto who was one of the victims of last Sunday's...
People stand in line to attend the wake of 21-year-old Mai Muto who was one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing, in Tokyo June 11, 2008. Families and friends mourned the seven people killed in a stabbing attack on a busy Tokyo shopping street as Japan's cabinet ministers discussed tightening knife regulations on Wednesday. The characters on the left read: "Mai Muto, funeral ceremonial site". REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 11, 2008
A woman cries after attending the wake of twenty-one-year-old Japanese Mai Muto, one of the victims of...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman cries after attending the wake of twenty-one-year-old Japanese Mai Muto, one of the victims of...
A woman cries after attending the wake of twenty-one-year-old Japanese Mai Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing, in Tokyo June 11, 2008. Families and friends mourned the seven people killed in a stabbing attack on a busy Tokyo shopping street as Japan's cabinet ministers discussed tightening knife regulations on Wednesday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 11, 2008
Police officers holding truncheons patrol the streets in Tokyo's Akihabara district June 11, 2008. Japanese...
Tokyo, Japan
Police officers holding truncheons patrol the streets in Tokyo's Akihabara district
Police officers holding truncheons patrol the streets in Tokyo's Akihabara district June 11, 2008. Japanese police arrested a 25-year-old blood-spattered man at the scene for driving a truck into a crowd of Sunday shoppers in Akihabara, Tokyo's biggest electronics shopping district, and then walking down the street stabbing people at random. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 11, 2008
The media reports from Kaneiji temple in Tokyo June 11, 2008, where people attend the wake of 21-year-old...
Tokyo, Japan
The media reports from Kaneiji temple in Tokyo where people attend the wake of 21-year-old Mai Muto,...
The media reports from Kaneiji temple in Tokyo June 11, 2008, where people attend the wake of 21-year-old Mai Muto, one of the victims of last Sunday's Akihabara stabbing. Families and friends mourned the seven people killed in the stabbing attack on a busy Tokyo shopping street as Japan's cabinet ministers discussed tightening knife regulations on Wednesday. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 11, 2008
A message for Mai Muto, one of the victims killed in Sunday's stabbing spree in Tokyo's Akihabara district,...
Tokyo, Japan
Message for Muto, one of the victims killed in Sunday's stabbing spree in Tokyo's Akihabara district,...
A message for Mai Muto, one of the victims killed in Sunday's stabbing spree in Tokyo's Akihabara district, is placed on a stall near the site in Tokyo June 11, 2008. The message reads, "Dear Mai, We are very proud of your bravery. Even though you went to heaven, please continue playing music you loved. May your soul rest in peace."
REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 11, 2008
Police stand in front of the Manseibashi police station where Akihabara stabbing suspect Tomohiro Kato...
Tokyo, Japan
Police stand in front of Manseibashi police station where Akihabara stabbing suspect is being held in...
Police stand in front of the Manseibashi police station where Akihabara stabbing suspect Tomohiro Kato is being held in Tokyo June 11, 2008. Japanese police arrested the 25-year-old blood-spattered man at the scene for driving a truck into a crowd of Sunday shoppers in Akihabara, Tokyo's biggest electronics shopping district, and then walking down the street stabbing people at random. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 11, 2008
People offer prayers to victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district in Tokyo June 11, 2008....
Tokyo, Japan
People offer prayers to the victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district
People offer prayers to victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district in Tokyo June 11, 2008. Japanese police arrested 25-year-old Tomohiro Kato at the scene for driving a truck into a crowd of Sunday shoppers in Akihabara, Tokyo's biggest electronics shopping district, and then walking down the street stabbing people at random. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 11, 2008
Flowers and beverages are offered to victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Flowers and beverages are offered to victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district
Flowers and beverages are offered to victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district in Tokyo June 11, 2008. Japanese police arrested 25-year-old Tomohiro Kato at the scene for driving a truck into a crowd of Sunday shoppers in Akihabara, Tokyo's biggest electronics shopping district, and then walking down the street stabbing people at random. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 09, 2008
A man covers his mouth as he stands in front of a stall set up for the victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's...
Tokyo, Japan
A man covers his mouth as he stands in front of a stall set up for the victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's...
A man covers his mouth as he stands in front of a stall set up for the victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district June 9, 2008. Passers-by prayed and placed flowers on the busy Tokyo shopping street on Monday where seven people were killed the day before in a stabbing rampage, as Japan tried to make sense of the attack and others like it. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 10, 2008
A girl assisted by her father offers flowers at a stall set up for victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's...
Tokyo, Japan
A girl assisted by her father offers flowers at a stall set up for victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's...
A girl assisted by her father offers flowers at a stall set up for victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district June 10, 2008. A man who said he was tired of life went on a stabbing rampage killing seven people and wounding a dozen others on Sunday in Akihabara district, known for its discount electronics and maid cafes. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 10, 2008
A police officer directs traffic near the site of Sunday's stabbing spree in Tokyo's Akihabara district...
Tokyo, Japan
A police officer directs traffic near the site of Sunday's stabbing spree in Tokyo's Akihabara district...
A police officer directs traffic near the site of Sunday's stabbing spree in Tokyo's Akihabara district June 10, 2008. A man who said he was tired of life went on a stabbing rampage killing seven people and wounding a dozen others on Sunday in Akihabara district, known for its discount electronics and maid cafes. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 09, 2008
Police walk through the streets of Tokyo's Akihabara district June 9, 2008. Japanese police arrested...
Tokyo, Japan
Police walk through the streets of Tokyo's Akihabara district
Police walk through the streets of Tokyo's Akihabara district June 9, 2008. Japanese police arrested a 25-year-old blood-spattered man at the scene for driving a truck into a crowd of Sunday shoppers in Akihabara, Tokyo's biggest electronics shopping district, and then walking down the street stabbing people at random.REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 09, 2008
Pedestrians cross the intersection where a man on Sunday went on a stabbing spree in Tokyo's Akihabara...
Tokyo, Japan
Pedestrians cross the intersection where a man on Sunday went on a stabbing spree in Tokyo's Akihabara...
Pedestrians cross the intersection where a man on Sunday went on a stabbing spree in Tokyo's Akihabara district June 9, 2008. A man arrested for killing seven people in a knife rampage on a crowded Tokyo shopping street posted dozens of warning messages on the Internet in the hours leading up to the attack, Japanese media reported Monday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 09, 2008
A woman holding an umbrella stands still in front of a stall set up for the victims killed on Sunday...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman holding an umbrella stands still in front of a stall set up for the victims killed on Sunday...
A woman holding an umbrella stands still in front of a stall set up for the victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district June 9, 2008. Passers-by prayed and placed flowers on the busy Tokyo shopping street on Monday where seven people were killed the day before in a stabbing rampage, as Japan tried to make sense of the attack and others like it. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 09, 2008
People offer prayers in front of flowers dedicated to the victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara...
Tokyo, Japan
People offer prayers in front of flowers dedicated to victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district...
People offer prayers in front of flowers dedicated to the victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district June 9, 2008. A man who said he was tired of life went on a stabbing rampage killing seven people and wounding a dozen others on Sunday in Akihabara district, known for its discount electronics and maid cafes.
REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 09, 2008
A woman places flowers at a stall set up for the victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district...
Tokyo, Japan
Woman places flowers at stall set up for victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district
A woman places flowers at a stall set up for the victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district June 9, 2008. Passers-by prayed and placed flowers on a busy Tokyo shopping street on Monday where seven people were killed the day before in a stabbing rampage, as Japan tried to make sense of the attack and others like it. Police arrested a blood-spattered 25-year-old man who they said drove a truck into a crowd of people, then got out and began a frenzied knife attack. The words on the awning read "Manseibashi town association". REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 09, 2008
A man offers a prayer in front of flowers dedicated to the victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara...
Tokyo, Japan
A man offers a prayer in front of flowers dedicated to the victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara...
A man offers a prayer in front of flowers dedicated to the victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district June 9, 2008. A man who said he was tired of life went on a stabbing rampage killing seven people and wounding a dozen others on Sunday in Akihabara district, known for its discount electronics and maid cafes. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN-STABBING/
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June 09, 2008
An illustration of Manga characters is placed amongst flowers dedicated to the victims killed on Sunday...
Tokyo, Japan
An illustration of Manga characters is placed amongst flowers dedicated to the victims killed on Sunday...
An illustration of Manga characters is placed amongst flowers dedicated to the victims killed on Sunday in Tokyo's Akihabara district June 9, 2008. A man who said he was tired of life went on a stabbing rampage killing seven people and wounding a dozen others on Sunday in Akihabara district, known for its discount electronics and maid cafes. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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June 08, 2008
A police officer conducts an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and entertainment...
Tokyo, Japan
A police officer conducts an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and entertainment...
A police officer conducts an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and entertainment district June 8, 2008. As many as five people might have died and at least 9 more were wounded after a man went on a knife rampage through the Tokyo's popular electronics district on Sunday, Japanese media reported. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 08, 2008
An ambulance officer walks past a pool of blood along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement...
Tokyo, Japan
Ambulance officer walks past a pool of blood along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement...
An ambulance officer walks past a pool of blood along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district June 8, 2008. As many as five people might have died and at least 9 more were wounded after a man went on a knife rampage through the Tokyo's popular electronics district on Sunday, Japanese media reported. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 08, 2008
An ambulance worker escorts a man at Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district June 8, 2008....
Tokyo, Japan
An ambulance worker escorts a man at Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district
An ambulance worker escorts a man at Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district June 8, 2008. As many as five people might have died and at least 9 more were wounded after a man went on a knife rampage through Tokyo's popular electronics district on Sunday, Japanese media reported. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 08, 2008
Police and ambulance officers conduct an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and...
Tokyo, Japan
Police and ambulance officers conduct an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and...
Police and ambulance officers conduct an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district June 8, 2008. As many as five people might have died and at least 9 more were wounded after a man went on a knife rampage through the Tokyo's popular electronics district on Sunday, Japanese media reported. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 08, 2008
An ambulance worker pushes a victim (bottom C) on a stretcher at Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement...
Tokyo, Japan
Ambulance worker pushes victim at Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district
An ambulance worker pushes a victim (bottom C) on a stretcher at Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district June 8, 2008. As many as five people might have died and at least 9 more were wounded after a man went on a knife rampage through Tokyo's popular electronics district on Sunday, Japanese media reported. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 08, 2008
Police and ambulance officers investigate along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement...
Tokyo, Japan
Police and ambulance officers investigate along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement...
Police and ambulance officers investigate along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district June 8, 2008. As many as five people might have died and at least 9 more were wounded after a man went on a knife rampage through the Tokyo's popular electronics district on Sunday, Japanese media reported. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 08, 2008
Police and ambulance officers conduct an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and...
Tokyo, Japan
Police and ambulance officers conduct an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and...
Police and ambulance officers conduct an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district June 8, 2008. As many as five people might have died and at least 9 more were wounded after a man went on a knife rampage through the Tokyo's popular electronics district on Sunday, Japanese media reported. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 08, 2008
Police and ambulance officers conduct an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and...
Tokyo, Japan
Police and ambulance officers conduct an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and...
Police and ambulance officers conduct an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district June 8, 2008. As many as five people might have died and at least 9 more were wounded after a man went on a knife rampage through the Tokyo's popular electronics district on Sunday, Japanese media reported. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 08, 2008
An ambulance officer directs pedestrians in front of a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement...
Tokyo, Japan
An ambulance officer directs pedestrians in front of a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement...
An ambulance officer directs pedestrians in front of a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district June 8, 2008. As many as five people might have died and at least 9 more were wounded after a man went on a knife rampage through Tokyo's popular electronics district on Sunday, Japanese media reported. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 08, 2008
Police and ambulance officers conduct an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and...
Tokyo, Japan
Police and ambulance officers conduct an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and...
Police and ambulance officers conduct an investigation along a street in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district June 8, 2008. As many as five people might have died and at least 9 more were wounded after a man went on a knife rampage through the Tokyo's popular electronics district on Sunday, Japanese media reported. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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June 08, 2008
Police officers investigate along a street at Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district June...
Tokyo, Japan
Police officers investigate along a street at Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district
Police officers investigate along a street at Tokyo's Akihabara shopping and amusement district June 8, 2008. As many as five people might have died and at least 9 more were wounded after a man went on a knife rampage through the Tokyo's popular electronics district on Sunday, Japanese media reported. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
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