TOKYO | The Latest: Japanese minister calls cult’s crimes heinous

She signed the execution order on Tuesday. The cult’s most notorious crime was the release of sarin gas on Tokyo subways in 1995. The attack killed 13 people and sickened more than 6,000 others. 11:50 …
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