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India and Pakistan Respond to Mumbai Attacks

After a wave of coordinated terrorist attacks turned parts of Mumbai's financial district into a combat zone, officials in New Delhi, India, and Islamabad, Pakistan, grapple with the political and diplomatic fallout of India's deadliest terror attack in 15 years.

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U.S. State Department Information Hotline
Article | U.S. citizens concerned about the wellbeing of friends and family in India may call the following U.S. Department of State number for information: 1-888-407-4747
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Ruthless Attackers, Desperate Victims
Article | MUMBAI, Nov. 29 -- About two dozen Americans, their cameras filled with photos of Hindu temples and Buddhist caves, were eating a sushi dinner in the posh lobby cafe of the Oberoi hotel when a young gunman raised an assault rifle and opened fire.
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Mistrust of India Forges Sense of Unity in Pakistan
Article | ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Dec. 5 -- Fateh Khan doesn't know much about the fight against terrorism. He doesn't know much about the attacks that killed more than 170 people in Mumbai last week, either. But if there is one thing the Pakistani taxi driver feels sure about, it's that after three wars, Ind...
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Pakistan Rejects India's Charges, Seeks Proof
Article | MUMBAI, Nov. 29 -- Pakistan demanded late Saturday that India produce evidence to support allegations it was involved in the three-day assault on India's financial and cultural capital, a battle that came to a close earlier in the day.
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Cabinet Minister Resigns Amid Anger in India
Article | NEW DELHI, Nov. 30 -- India on Sunday began grappling with the political and diplomatic fallout from one of its deadliest terror attacks in years, with the nation's top domestic security official resigning under pressure and the government struggling to fashion a response amid mounting evidence that...
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A Wounded Stray Inspires Hope in Anxious Mumbai
Article | MUMBAI -- On a leafy hospital campus in this still-scarred city, one of the victims of last month's terrorist attacks is making a recovery. He's a chubby, cream-colored pooch whom workers have named Sheru -- the Hindi word meaning Lion Heart.
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Rice Calls on Pakistanis to Act Quickly on Terrorists
Article | RAWALPINDI, Pakistan, Dec. 4 -- The United States turned up the pressure on Pakistan on Thursday as Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, in a visit here, urged the country's leaders to move forcefully against groups linked to the deadly attack last week in the Indian city of Mumbai.
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Last Gunmen Killed in India, Ending Siege
Article | MUMBAI, Nov. 29 -- Security forces brought a three-day assault on India's financial and cultural capital to an end Saturday morning, killing the last remaining gunmen holed up in one of the city's luxury hotels after freeing hostages and recovering bodies from two hotels and a Jewish center Friday.
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Gunmen Used Technology as A Tactical Tool
Article | NEW DELHI, Dec. 2 -- The heavily armed attackers who set out for Mumbai by sea last week navigated with Global Positioning System equipment, according to Indian investigators and police. They carried BlackBerrys, CDs holding high-resolution satellite images like those used for Google Earth maps, ...
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Pakistan Offers to Join With India In Investigating Mumbai Massacre
Article | ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Dec. 2 -- Pakistan on Tuesday offered to set up a joint inquiry into last week's terrorist attacks in the Indian city of Mumbai and said it would cooperate with India as it investigates the three-day siege of the country's financial capital.
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Scout in Mumbai attacks was DEA informant while in terror camp, authorities say
Article | Federal officials acknowledged Saturday that David Coleman Headley , the U.S. businessman who confessed to being a terrorist scout in the 2008 Mumbai attacks , was working as a Drug Enforcement Administration informant while training with terrorists in Pakistan.
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Indian Commandos Battle Assailants
Article | MUMBAI, Nov. 28 -- Indian army commandos struggled all day Thursday and into the early hours of Friday to regain control of two luxury hotels and a Jewish center in India's commercial capital, battling armed assailants who were part of a group that Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said was...
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In Just Minutes, Mumbai Was Under Siege
Article | MUMBAI, Nov. 30 -- It was just after dinner, about 9 p.m., when the fishermen noticed four strangers come ashore on an inflatable raft. Moments later, another four pulled up to the boat launch in a speedboat. Only two got out of the boat. They were young, muscular men, with backpacks and bulky du...
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Dozens Die in Mumbai Attacks
Article | NEW DELHI, Nov. 27 -- Gunmen attacked three luxury hotels, a hospital, a train station, a movie theater and other buildings in Mumbai late Wednesday, killing at least 100 people and wounding more than 300 in a rampage through India's financial capital, police said. The attackers took dozens of...

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