TOKYO, AUG 25 – Two people suffered burns in the Tokyo subway, where a man, now actively sought, threw sulfuric acid on some passers-by. A 22-year-old man was hit in the face by acid on an escalator at Shirokane-Takanawa station, while a 34-year-old woman was slightly burned in her legs. This was reported by a spokesman for the Japanese police quoted by the public broadcaster NHK. The Paralympics opened in Tokyo yesterday. On 5 August, when the Olympics were in progress, a person had injured about ten people with a knife on a train on the outskirts of the Japanese capital. (HANDLE).