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UPDATED: 15:07, July 12, 2006
Bombing toll rises to 174 in India
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Railway officials examine a destroyed compartment in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2006. According to Indian police and officials, at least 174 people were killed and more than 400 others injured in a series of terrorist attacks upon Mumbai's suburban rail network during the peak travel times for commuters on Tuesday.

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Railway officials examine a destroyed compartment in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2006. According to Indian police and officials, at least 174 people were killed and more than 400 others injured in a series of terrorist attacks upon Mumbai's suburban rail network during the peak travel times for commuters on Tuesday.

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An Indian policeman guards near the scene of an explosion in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2006. According to Indian police and officials, at least 174 people were killed and more than 400 others injured in a series of terrorist attacks upon Mumbai's suburban rail network during the peak travel times for commuters on Tuesday.

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Railway officials take a sample from the debris of a destroyed compartment in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2006. According to Indian police and officials, at least 174 people were killed and more than 400 others injured in a series of terrorist attacks upon Mumbai's suburban rail network during the peak travel times for commuters on Tuesday.

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Railway officials clear the debris of a destroyed compartment in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2006. According to Indian police and officials, at least 174 people were killed and more than 400 others injured in a series of terrorist attacks upon Mumbai's suburban rail network during the peak travel times for commuters on Tuesday.

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Indian men wait outside a hospital where their relatives injured in terrorist attacks receive treatment in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2006. According to Indian police and officials, at least 174 people were killed and more than 400 others injured in a series of terrorist attacks upon Mumbai's suburban rail network during the peak travel times for commuters on Tuesday.

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A medical staff shows a name list of the victims who were sent to the hospital after a series of explosions in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2006. According to Indian police and officials, at least 174 people were killed and more than 400 others injured in a series of terrorist attacks upon Mumbai's suburban rail network during the peak travel times for commuters on Tuesday.

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Railway officials examine a destroyed compartment in Mumbai, India, July 12, 2006. According to Indian police and officials, at least 174 people were killed and more than 400 others injured in a series of terrorist attacks upon Mumbai's suburban rail network during the peak travel times for commuters on Tuesday.

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