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And in India, police are increasing their security around Mumbai's High Court. The Bombay High Court is due to give the final verdict in for one of the convicted militants in the Mumbai attacks of 2008 that left more than 160 people dead.
Police here in Mumbai, India are tightening security ahead of the final verdict in the November 26 Mumbai attacks case, where at least 166 people were killed.
Barricades have been placed outside the court and more dog squads are on patrol.
The Bombay High Court is due to give its final verdict on the appeal of convicted militant Ajmal Kasab.
A Special Court in Mumbai sentenced Kasab to death on four counts for his role in the 2008 Mumbai attacks.
But Kasab filed an appeal against the sentence.
The case has seen prolonged hearings that lasted almost three months.
The court will also pronounce its verdict on Faheem Ansari and Sabauddin Ahmed who were charged with providing maps of target sites to the militants.
Ten gunmen landed on Mumbai shores on November 26, 2008.
They attacked a busy railway station, a Jewish settlement, a popular restaurant and two luxury hotels.