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Bomb blast killed 41 in Bombay
AFAR
8/25/2003



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[Bombay, August 25, 2003] At least 41 persons died of two bomb blasts in Bombay. CNBC-TV quoted a police report as saying that 24 died at JJ hospital, 14 died at St. George hospital, and 3 died at G.T. hospital. All these hospitals are located in Bombay. These two acts were suspected to be carried out by an extreme Muslim group.

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