A look at confirmed foreigner deaths in Mumbai
At least 195 people, including 18 foreigners, were killed after gunmen attacked 10 sites across India's financial capital starting Wednesday night.india Updated: Nov 30, 2008 10:11 IST
At least 195 people, including 18 foreigners, were killed after gunmen attacked 10 sites across India's financial capital starting Wednesday night.
# Americans Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg, 29, and Leibish Teitlebaum were found dead at the Mumbai Chabad Lubavitch center, also known as Nariman House. Holtzberg ran the center with his Israeli wife, Rivkah, 28, who was also killed.
# Bentzion Chroman, another victim at Nariman House, was a dual U.S.-Israeli citizen. Americans Alan Scherr, 58, and his daughter Naomi, 13, were killed at the Oberoi hotel cafe. One other unidentified American was killed.
# Australians Bradley Taylor, 49, and Douglas Markell, 71. _ Italian Antonio Di Lorenzo, 63, from the Tuscan city of Livorno, was killed at the Oberoi hotel.
# Frenchman Mourad Amarsy, 49, and his French wife Loumia Hiridjee were killed while dining at the Oberoi.
# Two Canadians were confirmed killed but their identities and other details were not released.
# British-Cypriot Andreas Dionysiou Liveras, 73, was killed. _ Japanese national Hisashi Tsuda, 38, was shot at a Mumbai hotel.
# German Ralph Burkei, 51, was at the Taj Mahal hotel during the attacks and killed.
# Singaporean Lo Hoei Yen, held hostage and killed. _ Thai woman working at the Oberoi hotel spa was killed but her identity was not released.