The Tokyo subway incident on March 20, 1995, is the most publicized of all the incidents and marks the beginning of a new era in terrorism. After the Tokyo attack, copycat attacks occurred in Japan with the use of cyanide, phosgene, and pepper spray. An FBI action forestalled a possible sarin attack in Disneyland shortly thereafter. The most recent terrorist use of a chemical was in Sydney, Australia. In 1997, two chlorine bombs were activated in shopping malls, injuring 14 and forcing the evacuation of 500 persons.