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9/11 tragedy in USA: the attack and its aftermath

September 11, 2014, 13:53 UTC+3
In 2001, the USA was hit by major terrorist attacks that led to more than 3,000 casualties
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September 11, 2001, unprecedented terrorist attacks occured in the US
September 11, 2001, unprecedented terrorist attacks occured in the US
September 11, 2001, unprecedented terrorist attacks occured in the US
© AP Photo/Chao Soi Cheong
Two passenger planes Boeing 767 collided with the 110-storey twin towers of the World Trade Center
Two passenger planes Boeing 767 collided with the 110-storey twin towers of the World Trade Center
Two passenger planes Boeing 767 collided with the 110-storey twin towers of the World Trade Center
© AP Photo/Carmen Taylor
The first plane collided with the northern tower at 08:46 local time. The strike hit the 94-98 floors. The fire lasted for 102 minutes, and the tower fell down at 10:28
The first plane collided with the northern tower at 08:46 local time. The strike hit the 94-98 floors. The fire lasted for 102 minutes, and the tower fell down at 10:28
The first plane collided with the northern tower at 08:46 local time. The strike hit the 94-98 floors. The fire lasted for 102 minutes, and the tower fell down at 10:28
© AP Photo/David Karp
People were jumping down from the upper floors of the towers, preferring suicide to death from fire
People were jumping down from the upper floors of the towers, preferring suicide to death from fire
People were jumping down from the upper floors of the towers, preferring suicide to death from fire
© AP Photo/Richard Drew
The second plane collided with the southern tower at 09:02 local time at the height of 78-85 floors
The second plane collided with the southern tower at 09:02 local time at the height of 78-85 floors
The second plane collided with the southern tower at 09:02 local time at the height of 78-85 floors
© AP Photo/Richard Drew
The southern tower collapsed at 09:56 after a fire that was burning for 56 minutes
The southern tower collapsed at 09:56 after a fire that was burning for 56 minutes
The southern tower collapsed at 09:56 after a fire that was burning for 56 minutes
© AP Photo/Suzanne Plunkett
Another plane, a Boeing 757 fell on the Pentagon headquarters in Washington
Another plane, a Boeing 757 fell on the Pentagon headquarters in Washington
Another plane, a Boeing 757 fell on the Pentagon headquarters in Washington
© AP Photo/Heesoon Yim
The towers' collapse resulted in a giant cloud of dust covering the major part of Manhattan
The towers' collapse resulted in a giant cloud of dust covering the major part of Manhattan
The towers' collapse resulted in a giant cloud of dust covering the major part of Manhattan
© AP Photo/Amy Sancetta
The total number of victims of the September 11 attacks except the terrorists and including the people missing amounted to 3,010
The total number of victims of the September 11 attacks except the terrorists and including the people missing amounted to 3,010
The total number of victims of the September 11 attacks except the terrorists and including the people missing amounted to 3,010
© AP Photo/Alexandre Fuchs
Losses incurred to New York amounted to nearly $36 billion. The cleaning of the territory where the twin towers used to stand took more than 8 months
Losses incurred to New York amounted to nearly $36 billion. The cleaning of the territory where the twin towers used to stand took more than 8 months
Losses incurred to New York amounted to nearly $36 billion. The cleaning of the territory where the twin towers used to stand took more than 8 months
© AP Photo/Chief Brandon Brewer/U.S. Coast Guard
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September 11, 2001, unprecedented terrorist attacks occured in the US
© AP Photo/Chao Soi Cheong
Two passenger planes Boeing 767 collided with the 110-storey twin towers of the World Trade Center
© AP Photo/Carmen Taylor
The first plane collided with the northern tower at 08:46 local time. The strike hit the 94-98 floors. The fire lasted for 102 minutes, and the tower fell down at 10:28
© AP Photo/David Karp
People were jumping down from the upper floors of the towers, preferring suicide to death from fire
© AP Photo/Richard Drew
The second plane collided with the southern tower at 09:02 local time at the height of 78-85 floors
© AP Photo/Richard Drew
The southern tower collapsed at 09:56 after a fire that was burning for 56 minutes
© AP Photo/Suzanne Plunkett
Another plane, a Boeing 757 fell on the Pentagon headquarters in Washington
© AP Photo/Heesoon Yim
The towers' collapse resulted in a giant cloud of dust covering the major part of Manhattan
© AP Photo/Amy Sancetta
The total number of victims of the September 11 attacks except the terrorists and including the people missing amounted to 3,010
© AP Photo/Alexandre Fuchs
Losses incurred to New York amounted to nearly $36 billion. The cleaning of the territory where the twin towers used to stand took more than 8 months
© AP Photo/Chief Brandon Brewer/U.S. Coast Guard

September 11, 2014 it’s 13 years since unprecedented terrorist attacks were carried out in the United States. The tragedy resulted in more than 3,000 casualties.

Two Boeing 767 passenger planes collided with the 110-storey twin towers of the World Trade Center. The third plane, Boeing 757, fell down on the Department of Defense building in Washington. The fourth plane, also a Boeing 757, fell down in 80 miles from Pittsburg. The planes belonged to American Airlines и United Airlines and were hijacked by suicide terrorists.

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