NEW DELHI, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Several of the Islamist militants who attacked Mumbai this week visited the city a few months ago and lived there for a while pretending to be students, the Times of India reported on Saturday.
Quoting from interrogation reports of one of the militants taken into custody, the newspaper said nine militants rented an apartment in the Colaba area of downtown Mumbai, near where the attacks were carried out.
The group often visited the two luxury hotels that were among the city landmarks attacked on Wednesday night, it added.
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