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Remembering Mumbai attacks
India prepares to mark one year since gunmen went on killing spree in financial capital.
Last Modified: 25 Nov 2009 06:12 GMT

Mumbai is preparing to mark the first anniversary of last November's horrific attack, carried out by at least 10 armed men at several locations around the city.

The bombings and shootings that left 166 people dead and hundreds wounded not only horrified Mumbai's residents, but also revealed a security vacuum in India's financial capital.

Dan Nolan takes a look back at how the attacks unfolded.

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