Pakistan: Mumbai attacks trial to start next week

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July 11, 2009 16:16

 
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The trial of five men accused in the Mumbai massacre that killed 166 people is likely to start next week, Pakistan's interior minister said Saturday. Rehman Malik said the investigation into the role that the five played in the three-day siege of the Indian city last November was "almost complete." He added that the five men were in custody, and "their trial is going to commence probably next week." Malik also rejected allegations - leveled by India - that Pakistan dragged its feet in the investigation, saying that with Saturday's announcement "we have proved that we are serious."

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