Nine of the terrorists killed in last month's attacks in Mumbai were identified by their full names Tuesday by Indian police, who said their hometowns – all in Pakistan – also had been learned. Previously, only aliases or first names were believed to be known. The move appeared aimed at adding new weight to India's claim that all those involved were Pakistani. For their part, Pakistani security agencies arrested 20 more suspects in the case Tuesday, and President Asif Ali Zardari said the peace process with India must move forward to "foil the designs of the terrorists."
Police in Athens fought running battles with protesters Tuesday as the funeral of a teenage shooting victim turned violent. Residents of neighborhoods around the cemetery demanded that the police stop firing tear gas, although the mourners were setting fires and hurling rocks and sticks. Hundreds of teens also scuffled with police in front of parliament before the funeral. Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis was holding emergency meetings with leading politicians to discuss ways of bringing the violence to an end.