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SA condemns Mumbai bombings

South Africa has condemned the "unjustifiable" terror bombings in India in which 17 people were killed and more that 130 were injured two days ago.

India reels after triple terror blasts rip through Mumbai

Three terrorist bomb attacks have killed at least 20 and injured scores of people in Mumbai, threatening to destabilise peace talks with Pakistan.

Blasts rock Mumbai in new terrorist attack

Multiple blasts have rocked India's financial hub Mumbai, in what the Home Ministry described as the first major terror strike since the 2008 attacks.

India, Pakistan to resume cricket ties

India and Pakistan have agreed to resume direct sporting ties, including cricket games, which were frozen after the 2008 Mumbai attacks, reports say.

India says peace talks to resume with Pakistan

India and Pakistan have agreed to resume peace talks that were broken off by New Delhi after the 2008 Mumbai attacks, Indian sources said on Thursday.

India, Pakistan hold first talks since Mumbai attacks

India and Pakistan hold their first official talks since the 2008 Mumbai attacks on Thursday, a meeting that may help thaw their frigid relations.

Nine die in India’s first big attack since Mumbai

Security to be increased for Sunday's India-South Africa Test match after attack on a restaurant in Pune on Saturday kills nine.

Judge removes lawyer in Mumbai attacks trial

A judge in India on Monday removed the lawyer representing the sole surviving gunman of last year's Mumbai attacks.

US welcomes Pakistan charges over Mumbai attacks

The United States welcomed on Wednesday a Pakistani court's decision to charge seven suspects in connection with the Mumbai attacks.

Mumbai gunman: ‘Go ahead, hang me’

The sole surviving gunman of last year's Mumbai attacks said on Wednesday he was prepared to be put to death after making a dramatic confession.

Pakistan ‘terror culture’ cited in Mumbai attacks trial

The Islamist militant attacks on Mumbai were the product of Pakistan's "strategic terror culture", an Indian court was told on Friday.

Mumbai attackers ‘were ordered by phone to kill’

Militants who attacked Mumbai were urged to kill their hostages in cold blood, according to transcripts of intercepted phone calls.

Pakistan: Mumbai attacks a ‘setback’ for peace

Pakistan's foreign minister expressed regret on Wednesday that the Mumbai attacks had halted the peace process with India.

Mumbai, the troubled city I love

No city I know, certainly not New York, has this variety of life, except perhaps London.

Pakistan awaits proof on Mumbai terror links

Pakistan was still awaiting "concrete proof" on Saturday that a group based there carried out the devastating Mumbai attacks.

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