MUMBAI, India -- A state official says the siege has ended Mumbai's Taj Mahal hotel and the last three gunmen there have been killed.
An official with the Maharashtra state home department, speaking on customary condition of anonymity, said there were no further details.
At least 119 people were killed and 288 injured when suspected Islamic militants attacked 10 sites in Mumbai.
Black-clad Indian commandoes raided two luxury hotels to try to free hostages Thursday, and explosions and gunshots shook India's financial capital a day after the attacks.
About 10 to 12 gunmen remained holed up inside the hotels and a Jewish center, a top Indian general said. The remaining gunmen appeared to have been killed or captured, Maj. Gen. R.K. Hooda told New Delhi Television.
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