How the deadly Mumbai attacks unfolded

Mumbai is reeling in the wake of a string of co-ordinated attacks by armed men which left scores dead and hundreds injured.

Security forces on Saturday killed the last of the attackers at the Taj Mahal Hotel, three days after the gunmen had holed themselves up with several hostages. It seems that the terrorists came from Pakistan, and that they were targeting many different groups, including rich Western tourists, Orthodox Jews and most devastatingly, huge numbers of local citizens who were sprayed with gunfire at a busy train station.

Al Jazeera’s Sohail Rahman looks at how the attacks and the subsequent security operations unfolded.