"At least five near-simultaneous firings and explosions" rattled India's financial capital of Mumbai on Wednesday, killing 80 and wounding 900, the Times of India reports. "Armed with AK-47 rifles and grenades, a couple of terrorists entered the passenger hall of crowded Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminal railway station and opened fire and threw a grenade killing two to three persons," according to the Times. There were reports of gunfire at various locations in the city, including five-star hotels. A group calling itself the Deccan Mujahedeen has claimed responsibility for the attacks.
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