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B. 09-08 Venus whips Serena for U.S. Open title New York
C. 09-11 Attacks paralyze New York Manhattan
09-11 Terror attacks hit U.S. World Trade Center, Manhattan
4. 09-11 United Airlines Flight 93 crashed Shanksville, Pennsylvania
5. 09-11 Rescuers comb through rubble Manhattan
G. 09-12 Massive hunt for attackers FBI
7. 09-12 8 survivors have been pulled Manhattan

Summary.     Click for More > United Airlines Flight 93 crashed Map of Shanksville Pennsylvania  The crew and passengers, alerted through phone calls to loved ones, had overpowered the hijackers Rescuers comb through rubble NATO reviews retaliatory action Massive hunt for attackers 8 survivors have been pulled Insurers face claims up to $15bn 5,000 people remain missing  New Yorkers are carrying photographs of their missing relatives to trace them. 190 people died when a plane crashed into Pentagon America mourns its dead Bush says US is at war Wall Street reopens, Stocks plummet  Dow Jones was down by 600 points or 6% and the Nasdaq by 5%. Federal Reserve cut interest rates by 0.5% to 3% Boeing slashing up to 30,000 jobs Clerics ask Bin Laden to leave   Bush addresses nation in Congress  President is singling out Osama Bin Laden and his al-Qaeda organisation. Bush creates High Office of Homeland Security Putin pledges support for US US warns of long campaign Special forces deploy Anti-terrorism resolution Empire State Building reopens US warns of new terror threat
U.S. pulls out of racism conference Venus whips Serena for U.S. Open title Attacks paralyze New York   Terror attacks hit U.S. Map of World Trade Center USA
Sep.3   South Africa
Sep.8   New York
Sep.11   Manhattan
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  3 commercial jets crash into World Trade Center and Pentagon. Both towers collapsed. United Airlines plane crashed.    2,973 people died. 19 terrorists affiliated with al-Qaeda hijacked four commercial passenger jet airliners. Passengers and members of the flight crew on...
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  Manhattan
Sep.12   NATO
  FBI
  Manhattan
  New York
Sep.13   New York
Sep.14   Washington
Sep.15   USA
Sep.17   New York
Sep.18   Seattle
Sep.20   Kabul
  U.S. Congress
Sep.24   Moscow
Sep.25   Washington
Sep.28   Afghanistan
  UN Security Council
Sep.29   New York
Sep.30   USA



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North America
Terror attacks hit U.S.
United Airlines Flight 93 crashed
Attacks paralyze New York
Massive hunt for attackers
FBI identifies some hijackers
50 suspects in FBI investigation
US to produce Bin Laden evidence
Anti-terrorism resolution
HP buying Compaq for $25 billion
Feds drop Microsoft breakup
Insurers face claims up to $15bn
Wall Street reopens, Stocks plummet
Boeing slashing up to 30,000 jobs
Bush urges return to the skies
Empire State Building reopens
Bush sees hope for Middle East
Blair ready for long battle
Bush holds council of war
US warns of long campaign
Bush, Fox meet at White House
Fox, Bush promote partnership
Japanese Foreign Minister apologized
America mourns its dead
Bush addresses nation in Congress
US have enough evidence
Anti-terrorism resolution
Sampras beats Rafter
Sampras outlasts Agassi
Kafelnikov destroys Kuerten
Venus beat Capriati at U.S. Open
Venus whips Serena for U.S. Open title
Hewitt beat Kafelnikov
Hewitt won U.S. Open title
Terror attacks hit U.S.
United Airlines Flight 93 crashed
Attacks paralyze New York
Massive hunt for attackers
FBI identifies some hijackers
50 suspects in FBI investigation
US to produce Bin Laden evidence
Anti-terrorism resolution
Terror attacks hit U.S.
United Airlines Flight 93 crashed
Rescuers comb through rubble
8 survivors have been pulled
Rescuers struggle at Pentagon
5,000 people remain missing
New York
Terror attacks hit U.S.
Attacks paralyze New York
Insurers face claims up to $15bn
Wall Street reopens, Stocks plummet
Empire State Building reopens
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Sampras beats Rafter
Sampras outlasts Agassi
Venus beat Capriati at U.S. Open
Venus whips Serena for U.S. Open title
Hewitt won U.S. Open title
Terror attacks hit U.S.
Attacks paralyze New York
Terror attacks hit U.S.
Rescuers comb through rubble
8 survivors have been pulled
5,000 people remain missing
Washington
US to produce Bin Laden evidence
Feds drop Microsoft breakup
Bush sees hope for Middle East
Blair ready for long battle
US warns of long campaign
Bush, Fox meet at White House
America mourns its dead
Bush addresses nation in Congress
US have enough evidence
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US to produce Bin Laden evidence
Rescuers struggle at Pentagon
Manhattan
Terror attacks hit U.S.
Attacks paralyze New York
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Terror attacks hit U.S.
Attacks paralyze New York
Terror attacks hit U.S.
Rescuers comb through rubble
FBI
Massive hunt for attackers
FBI identifies some hijackers
50 suspects in FBI investigation
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Massive hunt for attackers
FBI identifies some hijackers
50 suspects in FBI investigation
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NATO reviews retaliatory action
Putin pledges support for US
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California
Guard killed 4 co-workers
HP buying Compaq for $25 billion
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Japanese Foreign Minister apologized
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U.S. pulls out of racism conference  Israel and the U.S. have pulled out of the U.N. Conference Against Racism after compromise over condemning Israel had failed HP buying Compaq for $25 billion Sampras outlasts Agassi Feds drop Microsoft breakup Venus beat Capriati at U.S. Open Venus whips Serena for U.S. Open title  6-2, 6-4. First Grand Slam final between siblings in 117 years Hewitt won U.S. Open title Attacks paralyze New York  New York was brought to a standstill. Tunnels and bridges into Manhattan were shut down   Terror attacks hit U.S. Map of World Trade Center USA


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Sep.3   South Africa  
  San Francisco Bay Area
 New York  Sampras beats Rafter
 USA  Shark attack: Man killed, woman hurt
Sep.5   New York
 Washington  Bush, Fox meet at White House
Sep.6   Washington
 New York  Kafelnikov destroys Kuerten
 U.S. Congress  Fox, Bush promote partnership
Sep.7  Japan  U.S. issues terror attack warning
  New York
Sep.8  New York  Hewitt beat Kafelnikov
  New York  
 San Francisco Bay Area  Japanese Foreign Minister apologized
Sep.9  California  Guard killed 4 co-workers
  New York
Sep.10  USA  Epidemic child sex abuse
 Japan  U.S. serviceman pleads not guilty
 Chicago  Michael Jordan will return
Sep.11   Manhattan  
 Basra  U.S. spy drone missing over Iraq
  Manhattan  
  3 commercial jets crash into World Trade Center and Pentagon. Both towers collapsed. United Airlines plane crashed
 2,973 people died. 19 terrorists affiliated with al-Qaeda hijacked four commercial passenger jet airliners. Passengers and members of the flight crew on the Flight 93 attempted to retake control of their plane from the hijackers. The plane crashed into a field near the town of Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
  Pennsylvania   United Airlines Flight 93 crashed Map of Shanksville Pennsylvania
  The crew and passengers, alerted through phone calls to loved ones, had overpowered the hijackers
 The flight was from Newark to San Francisco. The hijackers had turned the plane around and were heading towards Washington, D.C. They crashed the plane to keep the crew and passengers from gaining control
  Manhattan   Rescuers comb through rubble  Mayor has declared the lower part of Manhattan off limits to civilians. 170 hospitals are on alert. 300 firefighters missing Sep.12   NATO   NATO reviews retaliatory action  Draft document look to invoke NATO's self-defence charter and give military or logistical support to the U.S.   FBI   Massive hunt for attackers  4,000 FBI special agents have been deployed to track down those responsible for terror attack   Manhattan   8 survivors have been pulled  Rescue teams are sifting through the rubble to find people trapped   Washington Rescuers struggle at Pentagon   New York   Insurers face claims up to $15bn  Owners of the World Trade Center had insured only one of the 2 towers   FBI FBI identifies some hijackers Sep.13   New York   5,000 people remain missing
  New Yorkers are carrying photographs of their missing relatives to trace them. 190 people died when a plane crashed into Pentagon
 New York  NFL cancels Sunday's games  Pennsylvania  Black box found   FBI 50 suspects in FBI investigation
Sep.14   Washington     America mourns its dead  President Bush is attending a service at the national cathedral  USA  Day of prayer and remembrance Sep.15   USA     Bush says US is at war  President views Osama Bin Laden as the main enemy   USA Airlines cut jobs to avoid bankruptcy  Manhattan  New York reopening for business Sep.16   USA USA widens war targets  New York  Giuliani still hopes to find survivors Sep.17   New York   Wall Street reopens, Stocks plummet
  Dow Jones was down by 600 points or 6% and the Nasdaq by 5%. Federal Reserve cut interest rates by 0.5% to 3%
 USA  Baseball returns  Washington  Bush ponders hits on terror chiefs  USA  Bush condemns 'revenge attacks' Sep.18  New York  Wall Street restores calm   Seattle   Boeing slashing up to 30,000 jobs  Aviation industry asked for $24bn as financial rescue package   Washington Bush sees hope for Middle East
 USA  Virus Nimda infects the internet Sep.19  Washington  Bush met Megawati  Afghanistan  Taleban demand proof on Bin Laden   USA US orders planes to the Gulf  USA  Airlines slash thousands of jobs Sep.20   Kabul     Clerics ask Bin Laden to leave  The resolution is represent a compromise agreed at a meeting in Kabul. The U.S. has dismissed as inadequate   USA US offers airlines $15bn aid  FBI  FBI probes hijackers' identities  New York  US shares tumble again   U.S. Congress     Bush addresses nation in Congress
  President is singling out Osama Bin Laden and his al-Qaeda organisation. Bush creates High Office of Homeland Security
  Washington Blair ready for long battle
Sep.21   Washington US have enough evidence  New York  Stock markets above fresh lows  European Union  European Union back US war plans  New York  Stars in global charity telethon Sep.22   Washington Bush holds council of war  New York  New Yorkers urged to overcome grief  USA  Spacecraft flies close to comet Sep.23  Afghanistan  US confirms losing spy plane   Washington US to produce Bin Laden evidence Sep.24   USA Bush calls halt to terror funding  USA  IMF shrugs off recession fears  Afghanistan  US military threats dismissed  New York  Stock markets rally   Moscow     Putin pledges support for US  Russian President says country will support operations in Afghanistan and widen the cooperation with the alliance Sep.25   USA Business gurus warn of US recession   Washington     US warns of long campaign  Defence Secretary Rumsfeld has said there will be no single co-ordinated assault at the start of fight against terrorism  New York  Bloomberg wins NYC Republican race Sep.26   NATO NATO hears US strike plans   Washington Chechens told to break with Bin Laden Sep.27   Chicago Bush urges return to the skies   FBI FBI links hijackers with Bin Laden Sep.28   Washington Bush met King of Jordan   Afghanistan   Special forces deploy  US and UK commandos have been operating within Afghanistan performing scouting and reconnaissance missions   UN Security Council   Anti-terrorism resolution  Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution introduced by the United States a cut off the financing of terrorist groups Sep.29   New York   Empire State Building reopens  Building reopens to tourists. It is now New York City's tallest building   Washington US peace protests draw protest Sep.30   USA US backs former Afghan king   USA   US warns of new terror threat  Attorney General has warned of the further terrorist activity in response to prospective US military action  Indiana  Hakkinen won U.S. Grand Prix   Washington US unmoved by Taleban statement