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FBI agents, fire fighters, rescue workers and engineers work at the Pentagon crash site on Sept. 14, 2001, where a high-jacked American Airlines flight slammed into the building on Sept. 11. The terrorist attack caused extensive damage to the west face of the building and followed similar attacks on the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City. DoD photo by Tech. Sgt. Cedric H. Rudisill. (Released)

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Ground Zero, New York City, N.Y. (Sept. 17, 2001) — An aerial view shows only a small portion of the crime scene where the World Trade Center collapsed following the Sept. 11 terrorist attack. Surrounding buildings were heavily damaged by the debris and massive force of the falling twin towers. Clean-up efforts are expected to continue for months. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Photographer’s Mate Eric J. Tilford. (RELEASED)

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Decenas de niños se congregaron para acompañar al Presidente Santos y a su esposa, María Clemencia Rodríguez, a despedir al Papa Francisco tras su histórica Visita Apostólica.
Cartagena – domingo, 10 de septiembre de 2017 Foto:Juan David Tena – SIG

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New York, N.Y. (Sept. 14, 2001) — New York City firemen walk past the American flag as they work their way toward the heart of the devastation that was once the World Trade Center. U.S. Navy Photo by Journalist 1st Class Preston Keres. (RELEASED)

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A picture of the New York City skyline on the afternoon of Sept. 11, 2001.

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A picture of the New York City skyline on the afternoon of Sept. 11, 2001.

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Photos taken at various locations around Ground Zero, formerly the World Trade Center, New York City, N.Y., Sept. 14, 2001.

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Photos taken at various locations around Ground Zero, formerly the World Trade Center, New York City, N.Y., Sept. 14, 2001.

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Photos taken at various locations around Ground Zero, formerly the World Trade Center, New York City, N.Y., Sept. 14, 2001.

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Photos taken at various locations around Ground Zero, formerly the World Trade Center, New York City, N.Y., Sept. 14, 2001.

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NEW YORK (Sept. 11, 2001) Smoke rises from where the World Trade Centers once stood. USCG photo by PA2 Tom Sperduto.

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NEW YORK, New York (Sept. 11)–A Coast Guard rescue team from Sandy Hook, NJ, races to the scene of the World Trade Center terrorist attack. USCG photo by PA2 Tom Sperduto

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NEW YORK, New York (Sept. 17)–A view of the World Trade Center destruction from the 20th floor of the World Financial Building 2 Sept. 17, 2001. USCG photo by PA2 Tom Sperduto

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NEW YORK, New York (Sept. 26)–An aerial view of the still smoldering World Trade Center Complex September 26, 15 days after terrorists attacked the Twin Towers with hijacked jetliners. USCG photo by PAC Brandon Brewer

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NEW YORK, New York (Sept. 26)–An aerial view of the still smoldering World Trade Center Complex September 26, 15 days after terrorists attacked the Twin Towers with hijacked jetliners. USCG photo by PAC Brandon Brewer

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New York, N.Y. (Sep. 14, 2001) — What is left of the south tower of the World Trade Center in New York City, stands like a tombstone among the debris and devastation caused by the Sep. 11, terrorist attack. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class Preston Keres. (RELEASED)

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New York, N.Y. (Sept. 15, 2001) — A rescue dog is transported out of the debris of the World Trade Center. The twin towers of the center were destroyed in a Sept. 11 terrorist attack. U.S. Navy Photo by Journalist 1st Class Preston Keres. (RELEASED)

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Ground Zero, New York City, N.Y. (Sept. 17, 2001) — An aerial view shows only a small portion of the crime scene where the World Trade Center collapsed following the Sept. 11 terrorist attack. Surrounding buildings were heavily damaged by the debris and massive force of the falling twin towers. Clean-up efforts are expected to continue for months. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Photographer’s Mate Eric J. Tilford. (RELEASED)

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