A Jewish centre in the Indian city of Mumbai has reopened, nearly six years after it was stormed by gunmen who attacked the city. Six Jews were killed at the centre, which was one of several places targeted in the November 2008 attacks. Indian forces regained control of the building after several days and killed two gunmen there. The attacks at a railway station, two hotels and other landmarks claimed 166 lives. Nine gunmen were also killed. Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg, 29, and his pregnant wife Rivkah, 28, who ran the Chabad House Jewish cultural centre, were killed in the attack, but the couple's two-year-old son, Moshe, survived. He was found crying next to their bodies by his Indian nanny, who hid in a cupboard during the attack, but emerged to rescue the child after his parents were killed. She later escorted the boy to Israel to care for him. He has extended family there.