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Inside the Jewish centre hit in the Mumbai attacks

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On the evening of 26 November 2008, gunmen attacked several locations across the Indian city of Mumbai.

Over the next four days, more than 170 people died as security forces laid siege to hotels and other buildings where the gunmen had holed up with their hostages.

One of the highest profile locations to be targeted was the Jewish Outreach Centre at Nariman House.

A year after the tragedy, Sanjoy Majumder visited the centre to see the lasting effects of the attack.

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