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Death toll in India train bombings at 200

At least 200 people were killed in bombings that ripped through packed commuter trains in Bombay, a top Indian state official said Wednesday. “Two hundred bodies have been found,” R. Patil, the deputy chief minister of Maharashtra state, told lawmakers in the state assembly. Bombay is the capital of Maharashtra. The number of dead in the bombings has risen steadily since Tuesday night as rescue efforts have uncovered more dead and people have succumbed to their injuries. Officials say more than 700 people were wounded in the attack. Full Story

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