Israel awaits Mumbai attack dead
Moshe Holtzberg with his grandfather after the attack that killed his parents
Israeli and Jewish victims of the Mumbai attacks are to be flown to Israel for burial, officials there say.
The two-year-old son of a rabbi and his wife, who were killed at a Jewish centre, will also be flown to Israel with the Indian nanny who saved him.
Israeli religious leaders have called for special arrangements to be made to allowed her to stay in Israel.
Six Jews were killed at the centre in the attacks on multiple sites in Mumbai that left more than 170 people dead.
Israeli foreign ministry spokesman Andy David said workers were collecting the remains of the victims and they would be flown back to Israel later on Monday on a special air force flight.