Associated Press - November 28, 2008 7:23 AM ET
MUMBAI, India (AP) - A top Indian official says eight foreigners are known to have been killed so far in the Mumbai attacks and 22 more have been injured.
Top security official M.L. Kumawat says the dead include three Germans, and one person each from Japan, Canada and Australia. The nationalities of 2 more are unknown.
The injured include five from Britain, three Germans, two Americans, two from Oman and one each from Norway, Spain, Canada, Finland, Philippines, Australia, Italy and China. Two more were unknown.
A chain of militant attacks across India's financial center that began Wednesday have left at least 143 people dead.