Bodies in Mumbai Jewish centre still unidentified
Four days after the attack on Nariman House, a Jewish religious centre in the Indian city of Mumbai, three of the nine bodies found in the centre have not been positively identified, Israel radio said on Sunday, dpa reported.
The Israeli foreign ministry confirmed that Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg, who led the ultra-Orthodox Chabad-Lubavitch movement in the Indian commercial capital, and his wife Rivka were among the dead.
A team of experts from Israel has been sent to Mumbai to aid with identification of the three remaining bodies. It is thought that the three could have been Israeli travellers that had little contact with their families.
Nariman House was targeted by suspected Islamist militants on Wednesday as part of a series of attacks on Mumbai which killed at least 183 people.