Bombay Bombings

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Two car bombs killed more than 40 people and wounded over 150 others in Bombay, India, on Monday. The first bomb went off at a busy bullion market, while the second targeted a popular tourist destination. Indian officials suspect Islamic terrorists are involved. Alex Perry, Time Magazine's New Delhi bureau chief, joins Neal Conan with an update.


Alex Perry
*New Delhi Bureau Chief for Time Magazine



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