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A Day That Stands Alone
www.nytimes.com-September 11, 2011
Just as Sept. 11 was unthinkable, Sunday was inevitable: the 10th anniversary of a day that stands alone. In history. In memory.
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Shanksville 10 years later: The same, but changed
www.washingtonpost.com-September 10, 2011
In some ways, Shanksville still seems like a place where nothing ever really happens. Hidden among Pennsylvania’s coal mines and cornfields, the town includes one general store, one school and two churches. There is a rocking chair and an American flag on every porch — but there is no gas station and no bank. And yet this town played a starring and often inspiring role in the 9/11 attacks.
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AP sources: No sign of al-Qaida entry to US for 9/11 anniversary attack but US remains alert
www.washingtonpost.com-September 10, 2011
U.S. intelligence agencies have found no evidence that al-Qaida has sneaked any terrorists into the country for a strike coinciding with the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, senior officials said Saturday.
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Possible Al-Qaeda Threat To D.C., N.Y. Investigated
www.washingtonpost.com-September 09, 2011
U.S. officials are investigating a possible al-Qaeda plot to detonate a vehicle-borne bomb in Washington or New York City around Sunday’s 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
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Bush Says Actions After 9/11 Prevented Another Attack
www.usatoday.com-September 09, 2011
A decade after the terrorist attacks that defined his presidency, George W. Bush said he doesn't regret any decisions he made after 9/11, including the war with Iraq and the use of controversial interrogation techniques that some considered torture.
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9/11: Did The U.S. Overreact?
htttp://online.wsj.com-September 09, 2011
Ten years after the terrorist attacks, we ask seven experts—Paul Wolfowitz, Mark Helprin, Robert McFarlane, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Leon Wieseltier and Joe Lieberman—to assess the American response.
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Newly Published Audio Provides Real-Time View of 9/11 Attacks
www.nytimes.com-September 08, 2011
For one instant on the morning of Sept. 11, an airliner that had vanished from all the tracking tools of modern aviation suddenly became visible in its final seconds to the people who had been trying to find it.
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The 9/11 Tapes: The Story in the Air
www.nytimes.com-September 08, 2011
A selection of audio recordings from the Federal Aviation Administration (F.A.A.), North American Aerospace Defense Command (Norad) and American Airlines from the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. The recordings, some of which have been published previously, are being released in a multimedia report originally intended to be part of the Sept. 11 Commission’s 2004 report.
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Stressing Both Vigilance And 9/11 Remembrance
www.nytimes.com-September 08, 2011
For President Obama, the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks is a rare opportunity to change the subject from the embattled economy to his formidable record in capturing and killing terrorists.
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Checkpoint Washington
www.washingtonpost.com-September 08, 2011
Amid the crush of 9/11 anniversary seminars and conferences that are dominating think-tank and academic circles in Washington, one featured speaker stood out Wednesday: a former Arab spy chief who knew Osama bin Laden personally.
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