A few days ago a large gathering of people in Canary Wharf held a candle-light vigil for the victims of the Mumbai attacks.
Today, many of the papers are running with the story of Lashkar-e-Taiba opening its doors so it could try and pretend it had nothing to do with Mumbai.
School accused of Mumbai terror role opens its doors
â€¢ Campus said to be base for banned extremist group
â€¢ Media visitors shown classrooms and hospital
Behind the fence at ‘terror’ training camp
The Pakistani terrorist group blamed for the attack on Mumbai opened its gates to outsiders in order to protest its innocence.
â€¢ More Mumbai links to Pakistan and signs of abuse
â€¢ Mumbai gunman tells of ‘martyrdom’ deal
â€¢ India has proof of ISI role in Mumbai attacks: Sources
â€¢ Mumbai masterminds to be on FBI list
â€¢ No intention to declare war on Pakistan
â€¢ Bangladesh LeT ex-chief helped Mumbai attackers
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