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Police in India said they will arrest the men who gang-raped a female photojournalist in Mumbai.
Maharashtra state's junior interior minister R.R. Patil met with the victim, who is recovering in hospital.
Afterwards Mr Patil told reporters, "This incident will be investigated with utmost seriousness. The culprits will be arrested".
Mumbai Police Commissioner Satyapal Singh said 10-12 people spotted around the area "acting suspiciously" have been detained.
A 22-year-old female photojournalist has been gang-raped while her male colleague was tied up and beaten in the Indian city of Mumbai, local police said.
The woman was said to be on assignment to take pictures of an abandoned textile factory in southern Mumbai on Thursday evening, when five men confronted her with an offer to help her get permission to shoot inside the building.
Police Commissioner Satyapal Singh told reporters that the men tied her colleague's hands with a belt while she was gang-raped.
The woman, who has not been named is in hospital in stable condition.