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India / Mumbai Attacks #913358

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 29, 2008
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(Studio: David Gregory) The end of the terror siege in Mumbai, India, reported; casualty figures cited.

(Mumbai: Juliet Bremner) The Mumbai massacre featured; scenes shown of the outside and the damaged inside of the luxury Taj Motel hotel after the terrorists were killed and of the crowd outside; photo shown of the only surviving Pakistani gunman.

(Studio: David Gregory) Live discussion held with terrorism analyst Roger Cressey about the Mumbai attack. [From Washington, CRESSEY - says it was a broad and complex operation, that it was a mass-casualties spectacular attack, that it was Pakistan-based rather than an Al Qaeda operation; suggests the US has a major diplomatic challenge; indicates they went after symbolic targets: the Jewish center.]

(Studio: David Gregory) A statement from President Bush presented. [BUSH - says we pledge the full support of the US while India investigates this attack so terror will not have the final word.]

Gregory, David;
Bremner, Juliet

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