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India / Mumbai Terrorism #925566

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 27, 2008
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(Studio: David Gregory) The terror attacks in Mumbai, India, reviewed; map shown.

(Mumbai: Stephanie Gosk) The state of siege in Mumbai with hostages being held in the Oberoi and Taj hotels featured; scenes shown from the streets, Indian commandoes, hostages, the injured, gunfire at a Jewish center; casualty estimates cited; photos of gunmen shown. [Escaped British tourist Alex CHAMBERLAIN‡- describes his ordeal.] [Indian Prime Minister Manmohan SINGH†- condemns the violence.]

(Studio: David Gregory) Live interview held with NBC News military analyst retired Col. Jack Jacobs about the attack. [JACOBS – explains what is known about the terrorists; comments on speculation that Pakistan is involved; responds to concerns about the targeting of Westerners; agrees there was an intelligence failure in India.]

Gregory, David;
Gosk, Stephanie

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