Pakistan Must Cooperate in Terror Probe

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

London (AP) Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says Pakistan must provide complete cooperation as India seeks answers in last week's deadly terrorist attacks in Mumbai, an important Indian financial hub.

Rice says she will not jump to conclusions but that Pakistan must let the evidence lead wherever it takes the investigators. Indian authorities are pointing fingers at Pakistan, a longtime rival. Pakistan denies involvement in the attacks.

President George w. Bush has dispatched Rice to New Delhi to express U.S. condolences directly to the Indian government. Nearly 200 people died in the attacks.

Rice is in London for meetings and will travel to India later in the week.

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