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What Clinton wrote in Taj hotel's 26/11 tribute book

Visiting US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wrote a touching message in the tribute book for 26/11 terror attack victims at the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower Hotel in Mumbai on Saturday. "Americans share solidarity with this city and nation," she wrote.

india Updated: Jul 18, 2009 22:00 IST

Visiting US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wrote a touching message in the tribute book for 26/11 terror attack victims at the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower Hotel in Mumbai on Saturday.

"Americans share solidarity with this city and nation," she wrote.

"Both our people have experienced the senseless and searing effects of violent extremism. And both can be grateful and proud of the heroism of brave men and women whose courage saved lives and prevented greater harm on 26/11 and 9/11.

"Now it is up to all nations and people who seek peace and progress to work together. Let us rid the world of hatred and extremism that produces such nihilistic violence. Our future deserves no less.

"With profound sympathy and resolve."

She signed her full name, Hillary Rodham Clinton, at the end of the tribute.