Who Were The Mumbai Terrorists?

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Now that the crisis in Mumbai, India, has ended, investigators are trying to figure out the identity and affiliation of the attackers. Indian officials claim that the militants had ties to Pakistan, but this hasn't been confirmed by Pakistani officials. Host Scott Simon talks to Pakistani author and journalist Ahmed Rashid about the Mumbai terrorists, and what conclusions can be drawn from the style of their attacks and the buildings they targeted.



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