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Mumbai Stands Out From Other Terrorist Attacks

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Mumbai Stands Out From Other Terrorist Attacks

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Mumbai Stands Out From Other Terrorist Attacks

Mumbai Stands Out From Other Terrorist Attacks

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India has experienced terrorist attacks long before last week's violence in Mumbai. Shashi Tharoor is a former UN under-secretary general and the author of many books on India. He tells Renee Montagne the Mumbai attacks stand out because the siege lasted for three days, foreigners were killed and the media kept the attacks in the headlines.

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