Mumbai attacker convicted
As the special court in India announces the guilty verdict, victims' families await the sentencing.
Last Modified: 03 May 2010 20:10 GMT

A special court in India has convicted Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, the lone surviving gunman from Pakistan, for the November 2008 Mumbai attacks.

The two Indians accused of aiding the attackers have been acquitted.

Families of the victims are waiting for a sentence to be handed down on Tuesday.

Al Jazeera's Prerna Suri reports from Mumbai, India.

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