WASHINGTON (AP) -- Top U.S. officials are due in India this week to press demands that Pakistan cooperate in the investigation into last week's deadly three-day assault in Mumbai.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is due to arrive in India tomorrow. And there's word today from a senior Bush administration official that the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Mike Mullen, left this morning after being asked to go to the region.
Mullen has made a number of trips to Pakistan in the past year to help improve relations with Islamabad.
U.S. officials said earlier today that the attacks were carried out by a group that's partly based in Pakistan. Officials also said U.S. had warned the Indian government beforehand that terrorists appeared to be plotting an assault on Mumbai.
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