MUMBAI, India (AP) - An Indian court has convicted a the lone surviving attacker accused of gunning down dozens of people during the November 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai.
Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, a Pakistani, was accused of the most lethal episode of the siege that killed 166 people in the three-day rampage.
Prosecutors said he and an accomplice killed 58 people and wounded 104 others at one of Mumbai's busiest train stations.
The judge also acquitted two Indians who had been accused of helping plot the attacks.
India blames a Pakistan-based militant group for masterminding the attack.
Sentencing is set for Tuesday and Kasab faces a possible death penalty.
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