Tim Cook says the suspected arson attack on a Japanese animation studio that left 33 people dead is ‘a tragedy felt far beyond Japan’
|07/18/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- A fire broke out at Kyoto Animation’s studio in Japan on Thursday morning, killing 33 people and leaving 36 people injured.
- Apple CEO Tim Cook called the suspected arson attack “devastating” and “a tragedy felt far beyond Japan” in a tweet on Thursday.
- Prime Minister of Japan Abe Shinzō also Tweeted his condolences for the beloved animation studio.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook called the suspected act of arson on Kyoto Animation’s studio that killed 33 people a “devastating attack” and “a tragedy felt far beyond Japan” in a tweet on Thursday.
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