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Man dressed as Joker injures 17 on Tokyo train

By Reuters
01 November 2021   |   5:01 am
A 24-year-old man dressed in Batman's Joker costume attacked passengers on a Tokyo train line on Sunday evening, injuring 17 people as many party-goers headed into the city center for Halloween gatherings, media reported.

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