Gunmen have launched co-ordinated attacks at several sites in the Indian city of Mumbai, killing scores of people. Warning: Some of the following images contain graphic content.
Among the targets were two of the city's luxury hotels, taken over by gunmen who entered shooting indiscriminately, witnesses said. At the Taj Mahal Palace, fire engulfed part of the top floor.
As the injured were taken to hospital following the attacks, an explosion was heard inside the second hotel, the Oberoi-Trident.
Some people trapped in the hotels were forced to climb down using curtains or jump to safety.
On Thursday, police placed snipers on the rooftops of surrounding buildings and there were reports of continuing exchanges of fire.
Security forces managed to free some people from the hotels, but the stand-off continued throughout the day.
As the commandos combed through the hotels, people on the street looked on.
Meanwhile, relatives of victims of the attacks grieved as they waited to pick up bodies from a hospital.
Mumbai's main railway station was also hit. People fled the huge terminus leaving their luggage when gunmen opened fire. Ten people were killed.
A previously unknown group calling itself the Deccan Mujahideen has claimed responsibility, but correspondents say this could be a hoax or an assumed name for another group.
The attacks were condemned by governments around the world, including the US and UK, whose citizens were among those apparently targeted by the gunmen.
Security forces declared the siege at the Taj Mahal Palace over, although the sound of explosions was still being reported.