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Mumbai attacks - November 2008

Ultra-Orthodox Jewish mourners near Tel Aviv pray behind the shroud-covered body of Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg during the funeral for the Chabad Lubavitch House emissary and his wife, Rivka. They were killed in the terror attacks in Mumbai last week; the couple’s 2-year-old son, Moshe, survived. (David Silverman / Getty Images)
Black-clad Israeli Orthodox Jews in Jerusalem attend the funeral of Arieh Levish Teitelbaum, one of the Israeli victims of the Mumbai attacks. (Menahem Kahana / AFP/Getty Images)
A policeman is seen through a bullet hole in the window of a restaurant at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus station in Mumbai, India. The city’s largest railway station, also known as Victoria Terminus, was one of several sites targeted in last week’s terrorist attacks. (Uriel Sinai / Getty Images)
An armed policeman guards the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus station in Mumbai, India. The city’s largest railway station, also known as Victoria Terminus, was one of several locations targeted by multiple coordinated terrorist attacks. (Uriel Sinai / Getty Images)
Pigeons fly as the Taj Hotel continues to burn on Thursday morning in Mumbai, India. (Gautam Singh / Associated Press)
Fire damage on the top floors of the Taj Mahal hotel in Mumbai is evident in this photo, taken Saturday and provided by the Mumbai Fire Brigade. (P D Karguppikar / Mumbai Fire Brigade)
Indians join during the funeral procession of Hemant Karkare, Mumbai’s anti-terrorism chief, who was killed in the early stages of the terrorist siege. With the reported deaths of three gunmen inside the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower hotel, the toll in Mumbai reached 195. (Rajanish Kakade / Associated Press)
An unidentified Italian woman who escaped the attacks in Mumbai, India, arrives at Fiumicino Airport in Rome. Officials said 18 foreigners were killed in the siege, including six Americans. About 300 people were wounded. (Andreas Solaro / AFP/Getty Images)
Meeta Gohil, wearing a green dress, and her relatives and neighbors mourn as they attend the funeral of Haresh Gohil, 25, who was killed by gunmen near the Chabad Lubavitch center in Mumbai, India. (Gurinder Osan / Associated Press)
An Indian soldier runs to take cover in front of the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower hotel as Indian troops and militants battle in Mumbai. Officials later declared the siege over. (David Guttenfelder / Associated Press)
An Indian police officer carries a rocket launcher outside the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower hotel in Mumbai, India, where authorities declared the siege over after nearly 60 hours. (Lefteris Pitarakis / Associated Press)
Indian National Security Guard troops take positions outside the Taj hotel as firing continues between the terrorists and security personnel. Mumbai’s police chief later said the remaining few terrorists in the hotel had been killed. (Harish Tyagi / EPA)
Smoke billows from the top floor of the landmark Taj Mahal Palace & Tower hotel in Mumbai, India. More than 150 people have been killed since gunmen attacked 10 sites across India’s financial capital starting Wednesday night. (Lefteris Pitarakis / Associated Press)
An Indian army soldier stands guard outside the Taj Majal Palace & Tower hotel in Mumbai, India. (Lefteris Pitarakis / Associated Press)
Commandos undertaking rescue operations take positions at the Taj Mahal Palace hotel in Mumbai, India. (Ritam Banerjee / Getty Images)
A rocket leaves a smoky trail during a government operation against terrorists holed up at Nariman House, a center used by the ultra-Orthodox Jewish group Chabad Lubavitch. (Saurabh Das / Associated Press)
Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg, right, and his wife, Rivka, left, were among those reported killed in the attack on Nariman House, a center used by the Jewish group Chabad Lubavitch, in Mumbai, India. This photo, provided by Chabad.org, shows them performing a wedding in Mumbai in 2006. (Chabad.org / Associated Press)
The Scherr family -- wife Kia, left, daughter Naomi and husband Alan -- are shown in an undated photo. Alan, 58, and Naomi, 13, were among those reported killed by terrorists at the Oberoi hotel in Mumbai, India. The two were traveling with the Synchronicity Foundation, a religious group based in Virginia that was holding a meditation program at the hotel. (Family photo via the Daily Progress / Associated Press)
Residents of New Delhi conduct a candlelight march to commemorate those lost in the Mumbai terror attacks. (Anindito Mukherjee / EPA)
An Indian soldier runs for cover outside the Taj Mahal Palace hotel in Mumbai. The battle heated up at dusk when Indian forces began launching grenades at the hotel, where at least one militant was believed to be holed up inside a ballroom, officials said. (Uriel Sinai / Getty Images)
Indian soldiers take up positions outside the Taj Mahal Palace hotel in Mumbai, where a fresh battle raged on the third day of the siege. (Uriel Sinai / Getty Images)
Indian policemen run for cover outside the Taj Mahal Palace hotel in Mumbai, India. (Uriel Sinai / Getty Images)
A commando with India’s security forces ropes down onto the roof of Nariman House, a center used by the ultra-Orthodox Jewish group Chabad Lubavitch. News reports indicated that five hostages may have been killed by terrorists who seized the building. (EPA)
An Indian soldier is deployed outside the Taj Mahal Palace hotel in Mumbai, India. (Uriel Sinai / Getty Images)
A National Security Guard commando provides cover fire as commandoes get down from a chopper to the roof of a house owned by Israelis in Mumbai, India. (Saurabh Das / Associated Press)
A National Security Guard commandoes provides cover fire as commandoes get down from a chopper to the roof of a house owned by Israelis in Mumbai, India. (Saurabh Das / Associated Press)
Indian National Security Guards take positions on top of a building in which terrorists are believed holed up in Mumbai, India, Friday, Nov. 28. (Gautam Singh / Associated Press)
Commandos get down from a chopper to the roof of a house owned by Israelis in Mumbai, India. Security forces later found the bodies of five slain hostages. (Saurabh Das / Associated Press)
Indian army soldiers take positions near the Oberoi Hotel in Mumbai. Behind them is the Air India building. (Gurinder Osan / Associated Press)
Commandos take position near a building housing a Jewish outreach group, Chabad Lubavitch. (Saurabh Das / Associated Press)
Sharda Janardhan Chitikar, left, whose two children died in the terrorist attacks, is consoled by a relative as they wait to pick up the bodies outside St. Georges Hospital in Mumbai. (Gurinder Osan / Associated Press)
Security forces personnel watch as a fire rages in the Taj Mahal hotel in Mumbai. (Prashanth Vishwanathan / Bloomberg News)
Security personnel take positions outside the Taj Mahal Hotel. (Harish Tyagi / EPA)
Commandos take up positions at the Taj Mahal hotel on Thursday in Mumbai, India. (Ritam Banerjee / Getty Images)
An unidentified guest of the Taj Mahal hotel is brought out to an ambulance by security personnel after he was rescued from the hotel in Mumbai, India on Thursday. (Gautam Singh / Associated Press)
A suspected terrorist gunman walks through the train station in Mumbai. (Sebastian D’souza / Mumbai Mirror)
A grieving relative, bottom, of a terrorist attack victim is consoled by others outside a hospital in Mumbai, India. (Gurinder Osan / Associated Press)
Commandos secure an area near an apartment where gunmen were believed to be holding a family hostage in Mumbai. (Saurabh Das / Associated Press)
Firefighters arrive at the Taj Mahal hotel as a blaze engulfs the top floor. (Lorenzo Tugnoli / AFP/Getty Images)
Firefighters battle a blaze at the Taj Mahal hotel that broke out after police and gunmen exchanged gunfire. (European Pressphoto Agency)
A blast damaged a section of downtown. (Gautam Singh / Associated Press)
Employees and guests use curtains to flee the Taj Mahal hotel.  (Lorenzo Tugnoli / AFP/Getty Images)
A policeman takes cover in the Colaba area of south Mumbai after hearing gunshots. (Indranil Mukherjee / AFP/Getty Images)
Guests of the Taj Mahal Palace hotel comfort each other in an ambulance after they were rescued.  (Gautam Singh / Associated Press)
Onlookers gather at a blast site near the airport in Mumbai, location of one of at least seven attacks in India’s financial capital. Officials said teams of heavily armed gunmen stormed luxury hotels, a popular tourist attraction and a crowded train station, killing at least 78 people and wounding at least 200. (European Pressphoto Agency)
An injured man leans on a railing in Mumbai, India, where gunmen struck at least seven sites. Early reports said at least 78 had been killed and 200 injured. (Associated Press)
Policemen stand guard on a street at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in Mumbai, India. The terminus, one of the busiest railway stations in India, was among at least seven sites struck by heavily armed gunmen. (Associated Press)
A man carries a victim of the gun attack at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station in Mumbai, India. (Rajanish Kakade / Associated Press)
Luggage lies scattered on a blood-splattered platform at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station in Mumbai, India. (Associated Press)
One of the at least 200 people wounded in the Mumbai attacks is carried to a hospital. (Associated Press)
Policemen inspect the site of a gun attack at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station in Mumbai, India. (Associated Press)
Glass litters an empty platform at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station in Mumbai, India, site of a deadly attack by gunmen. (Associated Press)
Indian policemen prepare to take positions at the site of an attack in the Colaba area of Mumbai, India. (Indranil Mukherjee / AFP/Getty Images)
The landmark Taj Mahal Palace hotel was one of the prominent targets in the fatal 2008 attacks in Mumbai, India. (Gautam Singh / Associated Press)
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