The Aftermath of What's Called 'India's 9/11'

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Last week's deadly terrorism in Mumbai has increased tensions between India and Pakistan, nuclear powers that have gone to war three times in the past 50 years. We update events and ask if one target was Barack Obama's foreign policy goals. Also, the Big Three submits plans to Congress in a second attempt at a rescue, and another killing spree by Mexico’s drug cartels shakes up law enforcement and the military.

Banner image: Indian activists of the right-wing Hindu Shiv Sena organization burn an effigy of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency during a demonstration in Amritsar on November 30, held to protest against recent attacks in Mumbai. Photo: Narinder Nanu/AFP/Getty Images



Warren Olney