Obama: 'We'll never forget' Mumbai attacks

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
November 6, 2010 11:40

 
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MUMBAI, India — President Barack Obama began his 10-day Asia trip on a somber note Saturday, memorializing the victims of the devastating terror attacks that tore through Mumbai two years ago. "We will never forget," the president said.

He spoke at the Taj Mahal hotel, one of the targets of the 60-hour siege that killed 166 people across the city. The president said Saturday he intended to send a signal by making Mumbai the first stop on four-country Asia trip, and by staying at the Taj.

"The United States and India stand united," he said.

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