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November 16th, 2009
04:39 PM ET

The lessons of Mumbai

The coordinated attacks on hotels, hospitals and railway stations in Mumbai killed more than 170 people.

The coordinated attacks on hotels, hospitals and railway stations in Mumbai killed more than 170 people.

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

It’s been nearly one year since the terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India. At least 170 people died in the attack and 300 people were wounded. It was one of the worst acts of violence on Indian soil in decades. Experts at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace provided insight on the possible motivation of the terrorist, what the attacks revealed about India’s security and the implications for relations between India, Pakistan and the U.S.

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