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Travelers heading for Mumbai were urged to postpone their journeys Thursday amid fears that foreigners could be targeted following Wednesday's terror attacks that left more than 100 people dead and two luxury hotels under siege.

In a televised statement Thursday, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said the attacks had been intended to "create a sense of panic by choosing high-profile targets and indiscriminately killing innocent foreigners."

At least six foreigners were reported dead in the attacks including Italian and British nationals. Read full article »

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