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Japanese 'nerve gas' cult splinter group has surveillance lifted

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Twenty-two years after Aum Shinrikyo released sarin gas in the Tokyo subway, a court has ruled that an Aum-splinter group no longer poses a threat to the public. But some people have reservations. Julian Ryall reports.

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