September 24, 2001

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ACTS OF WAR

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THE TERRORISTS NEXT DOOR

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Manhattan Aftermath

ACTS OF WAR 1011
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ACTS OF WAR

Death came from the skies on Sept. 11. Now the world waits for what happens next.
THE TERRORISTS NEXT DOOR 2425
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THE TERRORISTS NEXT DOOR

Although Canada was not directly implicated, experts say it remains a haven
Manhattan Aftermath 3637
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Manhattan Aftermath

New Yorkers try to come to terms with the horror that struck their city
TARGET: BUSINESS 4445
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TARGET: BUSINESS

The impact on the finacial community was as much emotional as econimic
‘INSULT TO INJURY’ 3031
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‘INSULT TO INJURY’

A Middle East hand tells what Washington knows—or should have
New York, down but not out 3435
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New York, down but not out

A Canadian journalist finds the soul of Manhattan amid the suffering
AN OPEN BORDER? 4243
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AN OPEN BORDER?

The post-terror crackdown intensifies calls for a U.S.-Canada perimeter
A question of leadership 2829
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A question of leadership

I awoke with a start from a nightmare at 3 a.m. Wednesday. I dreamt that terrorists had attacked the World Trade Center, killing thousands, including many people I knew. It took me a few seconds to realize it wasn’t a dream. Terrorists had attacked what they thought was the evil heart of America by attacking “The Street.”
The day the war began 4647

The day the war began

Two images haunt me from last week's sequence of horrors: the twin towers of the World Trade Center crumbling into dusty shards and the scoffing jubilation in East Jerusalem, where young Palestinians were honking out wedding tunes on their cars, celebrating Americans being buried alive.
Bush’s challenge 4041
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Bush’s challenge

The President’s foes unite behind him—for now
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