US: 3 Americans among injured in India

At least three Americans were injured in a series of terrorist attacks in India that President George W. Bush condemned as "despicable acts." The State Department on Thursday urged Americans not to travel to the stricken city of Mumbai for at least 48-72 hours, as US officials checked with Indian authorities and hospitals to learn more about the extent of casualties. Department spokesman Robert McInturff said he could not identify those injured, but The Associated Press learned the name of one victim. Andi Varagon of Nashville, Tennessee, called her mother from a hospital Thursday and said she had been shot in the arm and leg while eating dinner at the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower hotel.