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Indian Firefighters battle a blaze at the Taj Mahal hotel that broke out after police and gunmen exchanged gunfire, Mumbai, India, 27, November, 2008.

European Pressphoto Agency, found at: Los Angeles Times, Copyright 2008 Los Angeles Times.

The attack at the Taj Mahal Hotel was only one of a series of ten coordinated attacks in the financial capitol of India, in which automatic weapons, grenades and car bombs were used. Witnesses at one hotel told authorities that Westerners were targeted.

Reports say approximately 100 people were killed and more than 300 were wounded. A group calling itself the "Deccan Mujahideen" are claiming responsibility for the attacks.

At the time of this posting, an unknown number of people are still being held hostage in one of the luxury hotels and some of the attackers are in custody.

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current04:12, November 28, 2008Thumbnail for version as of 04:12, November 28, 2008586 × 395 (83 KB)WatchTVEatDonutDrinkBeer (Talk | contribs)
00:14, November 27, 2008Thumbnail for version as of 00:14, November 27, 2008610 × 391 (66 KB)WatchTVEatDonutDrinkBeer (Talk | contribs)A policeman stands guard after shootings by unidentified assailants at a railway station, Mumbai, India, 26 November, 2008. The shooting at the railway station was only one of a series of attacks in the financial capitol of India, in which automatic weap

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