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September 11

Tuesday, September 11, 2001
One year later
Coverage of the one-year anniversary of September 11.

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World Trade Ctr.
AA Flight 11
AA Flight 77
United Flight 93
United Flight 175
Flight 11
Flight 175

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New day of infamy

New York's World Trade Center twin towers
United Airlines Flight 175, a Boeing 767, just before it crashed into the south tower of the World Trade Center. (AP Photo)
    Thousands dead in raids; nation shaken
Terrorists hijacked four passenger jets and turned them into guided missiles yesterday, striking at US government and financial capitals, in choreographed attacks that left thousands feared dead and that shredded the nation's sense of security.
-- By Mitchell Zuckoff and Matthew Brelis, Globe Staff

Crashes in NYC had grim origins at Logan
Long-standing concerns about the adequacy of security at Boston's Logan International Airport took on new weight yesterday after two jets that had taken off from Boston were hijacked and later crashed into the twin World Trade Center towers in New York.
-- By Peter J. Howe and Matthew Brelis, Globe Staff

Planes left trail of grief
The hellish glass-and-steel shards that rained from New York's storied skyline sliced painfully through New England yesterday in the homes of dozens of passengers who boarded planes in Boston and died in twin fireballs over Manhattan.
-- By Bella English and Thomas Farragher,
Globe Staff
    In unfathomable way,
we now know terror

It was a day of infamy, but Sept. 11, 2001, was a day of infamy unlike any other. It marked the most lethal attack on the United States in history. It marked the beginning of a period of incomprehensible domestic fear and vulnerability.
-- By David M. Shribman, Globe Staff

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Timeline of events


New American culture of giving  (11/18/01)
Aboard the hijacked planes  (11/23/01)
Bin Laden, US, & Saudi Arabia  (3/3/02)


Weaponry used in strikes   Bomb size
US aircraft carriers   Special ops weapons
Satellite-guided weapons



The 19 suspected hijackers Photos
Osama bin Laden Osama's trail of terror
FBI's 'most-wanted' terrorists
World leaders in the crisis
Afghan fighters


Afghanistan About Afghanistan
Tora Bora  Kandahar Sha-e-Kot
Afghanistan's neighbors

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