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Last Updated: Saturday November 29 2008 19:35 GMT

Police say India attacks are over

The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai

The attacks on the Indian city of Mumbai are over, say police.

Armed groups attacked seven places in the city on Thursday and hundreds of people were held hostage.

By Friday, Indian soldiers helped free lots of the hostages and now officials say they've regained control of all the buildings targeted by the gunmen.

At least 195 people have died in the attacks, including some of the gunmen, but Indian police say they have also arrested a suspected attacker.

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Ore speaks to kids in Britain about the trouble in Mumbai

Officials are still investigating who was behind the attacks and whether an abandoned boat they've found is linked to them.

The luxury Taj Mahal Palace hotel was the last place security forces regained control of.

The 105-year-old hotel used to be one of the best in the country, but it's been wrecked during the three days of fighting.

Police and soldiers are checking all of its 560 rooms to make absolutely sure there's no-one left inside.

Meanwhile, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has visited some of the hundreds of people who were injured during the attacks.

A map of the attacks in Mumbai