» 07/13/2011, 00.00
Three explosions in the heart of Mumbai, 20 dead and at least 100 wounded
Zaveri Bazaar, the Opera House and Dadar are hit. Terrorism is suspected. Today is the birthday of Mohammad Ajmal Amir Qasab, the lone gunman who survived the 2008 Mumbai attacks. Card Gracias, archbishop of Mumbai, grief and sorrow” as well as “strong condemnation of this insensate violence.”
Mumbai 2008: Ajmal Kasab executed, the only surviving attacker
The terrorist of Pakistani origin was hanged this morning in the Yerawada central prison. He was was buried shortly after. For the head of the Maharahstra government, his execution is a "tribute to the innocent victims", because the Mumbai attacks were "an attack on the entire country." In five days it will be the fourth anniversary of the massacre, which claimed the lives of 166 people.
Mumbai: Nitesh, 15, a life cut short by the folly of the terrorists
Among the 195 victims of the massacre in India was a young man killed in the crossfire between the police and terrorists. Security forces have killed the last three extremists barricaded inside the Taj Mahal hotel, putting an end to a battle that lasted for more than 62 hours. About 300 people have been injured, but the number could rise over the next few hours.
Mumbai, 101 dead battle between terrorists and army continue
There are 6 foreigners among the victims. A rabbi and his family have been taken hostage. Terrorists have also taken hostage guests at the Oberoi hotel. Schools universities and the stock exchange remain closed. Suspicions point to Islamists with links to Al-Qaeda.
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Mumbai 2008: One of the leaders sentenced to 35 years, India seeks extradition
David Coleman Headly, a Pakistani-American, was tried by a U.S. court. New Delhi demands a "more severe punishment." Affiliated with the terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LET), the man chose the places where the attack took place. The attacks caused 166 dead and 238 wounded.
Mumbai's Jewish center re-opens after 2008 terrorist attack
Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg, his wife Rivky and 4 other people died in the attack: the small Moshe, their son, survived thanks to his Indian nanny. Today the structure has been restored: "This project is a seed of light and hope, reminding us how we can survive even in the most terrible of the challenges. Evil will not prevail".
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