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ATTACK ON AMERICA 

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'WE'RE AT WAR' - GEORGE W. BUSH
For the first time since Tuesday's deadly terrorist attacks against the United States, the White House is  telling Americans to brace for a long and difficult war. President George W. Bush says his country is at war with whoever played a role in the suicide terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center.

FBI QUESTIONS TWO MEN IN TORONTO, ARREST THREE IN U.S.
The FBI were in Toronto on Friday, questioning two men about possible connections to the terror attacks in the United States earlier this week.

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER FOUND, COULD PROVE HEROICS
The cockpit voice recorder for United Flight 93 was found late Friday, offering the possibility of proof that passengers on board struggled with hijackers before it crashed in an isolated Pennsylvania field.

WEARY WORKERS CONTINUE SEARCH AT 'GROUND ZERO'
With the goal of finding anyone alive, hundreds of volunteers resumed searching Saturday through the remains of the World Trade Center, now a massive pile of mud after Friday's rainfall.

AMERICANS BEGIN BURYING THEIR DEAD
The first of thousands of funerals for the victims of Tuesday's terrorist attacks were held from California to Connecticut on Saturday.

PENTAGON PICTURES SHOW EXTENSIVE DAMAGE
U.S. officials released video Saturday of the damage caused by a hijacked plane when it crashed into the Pentagon.

COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER FOUND, COULD PROVE HEROICS
The cockpit voice recorder for United Flight 93 was found late Friday, offering possible evidence that passengers on board struggled with hijackers before it crashed in an isolated Pennsylvania field.

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Pictures of Saudi-born dissident Osama bin Laden are posted on Interpol's wanted list September 15, 2001. President Bush on Saturday called Saudi exile Osama bin Laden a prime suspect in terror attacks against New York and Washington and said bin Laden would be "sorely mistaken" if he thinks he can hide.

AMERICA UNDER ATTACK !!!

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New York’s World Trade buildings collapse after two commercial planes crashes on the twin towers

Two commercial airplanes were forced by terrorist hijackers to crash at the World Trading Center (WTC) in New York City while two others crashed into the Pentagon in Washington, D.C and near Pittsburgh airport.

The attacks claimed at first by the (DFLP) Democratic Front For The Liberation of Palestine as reported on Abu Dabi TV Station in the UAE, forced the evacuation of the White House and other major government buildings after a white jet was spotted within the 'no-fly zone' above the U.S. capital.

The attacks first came at 8:45 a.m. eastern daylight time when two planes hit the WTC, the second plane 18 minutes after the first one. One of the planes that hit the building was said to be a hijacked plane belonging to an American airline. Both twin towers had collapsed about an hour after the crash.

President George W. Bush has described the apparent terrorists attack a "national tragedy" even as he promised the full force of the government to go after the well-coordinated and devastating attack.

Terrorists crashed two hijacked airplanes to New York’s World Trade Twin-Tower buildings early morning just before O’clock EDT today (September 10) . It is also reported that the Pentagon was also hit as it’s shown in the pictures captured by TV stations.

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FIVE RESCUED FROM NEW YORK CITY RUBBLE
Five people have been pulled alive from the wreckage of the World Trade Centre, more than 48 hours after the skyscraper collapsed in a terrorist attack.

ALL 18 HIJACKERS HAD PLANE TICKETS: FBI
U.S. investigators have released a few more details about the terrorists who slammed passengers planes into the World Trade Center and Pentagon Tuesday.

ALLIES LINE UP WITH U.S. AGAINST TERRORISM
The United States is lining up allies as it prepares to respond to the devastating attacks on New York and Washington earlier this
week.

FIVE FOUND ALIVE, MORE THAN 5,000 MISSING OR DEAD
Five New York firefighters were found alive in the wreckage of the World Trade Center, boosting the spirits of the exhausted teams searching for survivors amidst the rubble.

'FIRST WAR OF 21ST CENTURY': BUSH
U.S. President George W. Bush struggled to hold back tears in an office at the White House Thursday as he talked to reporters about the deadly terrorist attacks 48 hours earlier.

BUSH VOWS TO WHIP TERRORISTS: 4,763 MISSING IN NY
An emotional U.S. President George W. Bush vowed Thursday to "give terrorism a whipping," as the number of dead and missing in Tuesday's deadly terrorist attack continued to rise.

NEW YORK REQUESTS 11,000 BODYBAGS
New York requests 11,000 body bags. The White House was a target. At least 50 Canadians are missing, with fears the number could be as high as 500. No hope for survivors at the Pentagon. The most devastating, co-ordinated, terrorist attack in history has transfixed the world.

ALLIES LINE UP WITH U.S. AGAINST TERRORISM
The United States is lining up allies as it prepares to respond to the devastating attacks on New York and Washington earlier this week.

HOPE FADES FOR WORLD TRADE CENTER SURVIVORS
Rescuers digging through the pile of rubble that was once the World Trade Center Wednesday night were desperately trying to cling to the hope they might find survivors.

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RESCUERS HOPE FOR MIRACLES IN THE RUBBLE
The collapse of yet another building on the site of the World Trade Center has forced rescue workers and emergency crews to flee the ruins once again.

PASSENGERS ON DOOMED FLIGHT ENGAGED IN 'HEROIC EFFORT'
With the understandable attention focussed on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon, the crash of United flight 93 in rural Pennsylvania hasn't received much attention - but the story that is emerging is a gripping one.

AMERICA SHAKEN BY EVENTS
The terrorist strikes targeting the World Trade Centre and Pentagon are seen by some as a body blow to the American psyche.

WOUNDED PENTAGON TRIES TO REOPEN
It appears that the fires at the Pentagon have finally been brought under control. Hundreds of firefighters and rescue workers have struggled for more than 24 hours to contain one blaze after another at the headquarters of the U.S. military.

SLOW SEARCH BEGINS FOR U.S. SURVIVORS
Search and rescue workers faced streets covered with inches of pulverized concrete and insulation, the smell of natural gas and the sound of generators as they worked through the rubble of what used to be the World Trade Center.

RESCUERS HOPE FOR MIRACLES IN THE RUBBLE
The collapse of yet another building on the site of the World Trade Center has forced rescue workers and emergency crews to flee the ruins once again.

DEFIANT BUSH WARNS AMERICANS OF 'EPIC STRUGGLE' AHEAD
From the moment the U.S. political leadership began talking on Wednesday, the rhetoric was sharper.

U.S. BEGINS HUNT FOR THOSE RESPONSIBLE
The White House was a target. Another building near collapse. Details about the hijackers. Survivors pulled from the wreckage of the World Trade Center. No hope for survivors at the Pentagon. The most devastating, coordinated, terrorist attacks ever seen have transfixed the world.

THE MORNING AFTER: WHO DID IT? AND WHY?
As dawn arrived on the eastern United States Wednesday, the world got a better idea of the devastation of the terror attacks that hit New York and Washington yesterday. The haunting question now is who did it, and why?

TERRORISTS TRAINED AS U.S. PILOTS: OFFICIALS
Some of the hijackers who carried out terrorist attacks in New York and Washington were trained as pilots in the United States, officials said Wednesday.

HUNT FOR SUSPECTS HEATS UP AS AMERICANS PICK UP PIECES
The U.S. government has released some details of its investigation into Tuesday's deadly terror attacks. It says there were between three and six hijackers on each jet, and that while some of the hijackers and possible associates have been identified, there have not yet been any arrests.

AMERICANS PICK UP PIECES AS HUNT FOR SUSPECTS HEATS UP
Heavily-armed police officers dressed in riot gear swarmed a hotel in Boston Wednesday and searched a room in connection with yesterday's deadly terrorist attack.

FOR THE MEDIA THERE WAS ONLY ONE STORY
Media around the world struggled to find words for the suicide attacks on American nerve centres. Some of the words they chose: Hell, War, Armageddon.

AMERICANS PICK UP PIECES AFTER DAY OF TERROR
The search for survivors of yesterday's devastating terrorist attack on the U.S. continues as shocked Americans try to pick up the pieces of their shattered lives.

TERRORIST JITTERS SPREAD AROUND THE GLOBE
Dozens of countries fortified their security Wednesday, as tension heightened over the possibility of more terrorist attacks.

NO MORE SURVIVORS EXPECTED AT PENTAGON
Authorities now say they don't expect to find any more survivors in the wreckage of part of the Pentagon that was slammed into by a passenger jet on Tuesday.

THE MORNING AFTER: WHO DID IT? AND WHY?
As dawn arrived on the eastern United States Wednesday, the world got a better idea of the devastation of the terror attacks that hit New York and Washington yesterday. The haunting question now is who did it, and why?

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TERROR ATTACKS IN U.S. CALLED 'ACT OF WAR'
In an attack that has horrified the world, terrorists on Tuesday morning struck in the heart of New York, and at heart of the American military. The scope of the attack - how many dead and injured - won't likely be known for weeks.

BUSH SAYS AMERICA 'IS STRONG'
U.S. President George W. Bush made a short, blunt, address to the world on Tuesday night. He said the terrorists who carried out the worst acts of terrorism the world has ever seen, will be hunted down and punished.

'HORRENDOUS' CASUALTIES IN TERROR ATTACKS ON U.S.
A series of explosions has devastated key buildings in New York and Washington causing widespread chaos. The mayor of New York says a horrendous number of lives have been lost.

CANADIAN AIRPORTS CLOSED INDEFINITELY AFTER U.S. ATTACKS
Canadian transportation officials have shut down all airports in Canada indefinitely.

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