3 Blasts Reported in Attack on Mumbai

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In this frame grab from Indian television, bystanders and security personnel gathered around the wreckage of a vehicle after a bombing in Mumbai on Wednesday.
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New York Times

By LYDIA POLGREEN and J. DAVID GOODMAN
Published: July 13, 2011

In this frame grab from Indian television, bystanders and security personnel gathered around the wreckage of a vehicle after a bombing in Mumbai on Wednesday.
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NEW DELHI — At least three explosions shook the city of Mumbai at the height of the evening rush hour on Wednesday, in what appeared to be coordinated attacks on India’s economic capital. The Interior Ministry described the explosions as a terror attack, India’s NDTV reported.

Indian news outlets reported that at least 10 people were killed, and that dozens may have been injured.

The explosions struck central locations in the city, including the crowded Dadar neighborhood; the Zaveri Bazaar, a jewelry market; and near the Opera House, according to news reports citing the Interior Ministry.

NDTV reported that a fourth explosive device was found in Mumbai but that it had not gone off.

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